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MONTHLY 
CATALOG 


OF    UNITED     STATES 


GOVERNMENT    PUBLICATIONS 


JANUARY-DECEMBER  1961 


Nos.  792-803 


Entries  1-21438 

Including  Annual  Cumulative  Index 


Issued  by  the  SUPERINTENDENT  OF  DOCUMENTS 

UNITED  STATES  GOVERNMENT  PRINTING  OFFICE,  WASHINGTON  25,  D.C.  :  1961 


UNITED  STATES 
GOVERNMENT  PUBLICATIONS 


JANUARY   1961 


Entries  1-1586 


DISTRIBUTION    OF    PUBLICATIONS 

In  ordering  publications  listed  in  this  catalog,  it  should  be  noted  that 
only  those  marked  with  an  asterisk  (*)  are  obtainable  from  the  Super- 
intendent of  Documents. 

Publications  marked  with  a  farad  (<I>)  are  sold  by  the  Office  of  Tech- 
nical Services,  Commerce  Dept. 

Where  a  single  dagger  (f)  is  the  distribution  symbol,  application  should 
be  made  directly  to  the  department  or  bureau  issuing  the  document. 

The  mailing  address  for  all  agencies  listed  in  this  catalog  is  Washing- 
ton 25,  D.C.,  unless  otherwise  indicated. 

*  For  sale  by  Superintendent  of  Documents 

*  For   sale    by    Office    of   Technical    Services, 

Commerce  Dept. 

t  Distribution  made  by  Issuing  Office.  Not 
definitely  available  if  unaccompanied  by 
a  price 

X    Printed  for  Official  Use 

(not  available  for  distribution) 

*  Sent  to  Depository  Libraries 


MONTHLY 
CATALOG 

OF    UNITED    STATES 
GOVERNMENT     PUBLICATIONS 


JANUARY  1961 


Number  792 


Entries  1-1586 


Issued  by  the  SUPERINTENDENT  OF  DOCUMENTS 

UNITED  STATES  GOVERNMENT  PRINTING  OFFICE,  WASHINGTON  25,  D.C.  :  1961 


The  Library  of  Congress  catalog  entry  for  this  publication  appears 
on  the  inside  of  the  back  cover. 


FOR    SALE    BY    THE    SUPERINTENDENT    OF    DOCUMENTS,    U.S.    GOVERNMENT 

PRINTING    OFFICE,    WASHINGTON  25,  D.C.,  PRICE    25    CENTS    PER    COPY 

SUBSCRIPTION    PRICE    $3.00    PER    YEAR    (INCLUDING    INDEX) 

$1.50    ADDITIONAL    FOR    FOREIGN    MAILING 


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PREVIEWS 

The  following  publications  are  in  the  process  of  being  printed.  Advance  sales 
orders  may  be  placed  for  these  publications.  Orders  will  be  scheduled  and 
copies  mailed  as  soon  as  stocks  are  received.  It  is  not  possible  to  estimate  the 
lapse  of  time  before  the  publications  will  actually  appear.  All  information  in 
regard  to  title,  series,  classification,  distribution,  and  price  given  in  these  list- 
ings, is  preliminary  and  subject  to  change  when  the  publications  actually  come 
from  the  press.  Those  so  marked  will  be  sent  to  depository  libraries,  provid- 
ing, that  at  the  time  of  going  to  press,  the  libraries  were  on  list  to  receive  the 
items  under  which  these  publications  will  be  distributed. 

Advance  planning  to  meet  higher  education  needs,  recent  State  studies,  1956- 

59.     (Education  Office,  OE-53007.)     30c.     •  FS  5.253 :  53007 

Annotated  bibliography  of  strontium  and  calcium  metabolism.     (Agriculture 

Department,  Miscellaueous  publication  821.)     65c.     •  A  1.38:  821 

Annual  report  of  Department  of  Health,  Education,  and  Welfare,  1960.    $1.00.    • 

FS  1.1 :  960 
Annual  report  of  Federal  Maritime  Board  and  Maritime  Administration  for 

fiscal  year  1960.     [xVlso  issued  as  H.  doc.  21,  87th  Cong.,  1st  sess.]     30c.     • 

C  39.101 :  960 
Annual  report  of  Postmaster  General,  1960.     (Post  OflBce  Department.)     [Also 

issued  as  H.  doc.  2,  87th  Cong.,  1st  sess.]     65c.     •  P  1.1 :  960 

Atomic  energy  research  in  life  and  physical  sciences.     (Atomic  Energy  Com- 
mission.)    ?1.25.     •  Y3.At7:2L62 
Aviation  structural  mechanic  3  and  2.     (Xaval  Personnel  Bureau,  NAVPERS 

10308.)     $1.75.     •  D  208.11 :  Av5/25 

Catalog   of   copyright    entries,    cumulative   series:    Motion   pictures,   1950-59. 

(Copyright  Office.)     $10.00.     •  LC  3.8 :  M85/950-59 

Combined  statement  of  receipts,  expenditures,  and  balances  of  United  States 

Government,  fiscal  year  1960.  (Accounts  Bureau.)  $3.50.  •  T  63.113:  960 
Common  sense  about   supervising  people,  key  points  in  personnel  relations. 

(Veterans  Administration,  Pamphlet  5-33.)     15c.     e  VA  1.19:  5-33 

Cooperative  weather  observer.     (Weather  Bureau,  Key  to  meteorological  record 

documeutationl.il.)     6.jc.     •  0  30.66/2:1.11 

Detailed  analysis  of  Fargo,  N.  Dak.,  tornadoes  of  June  20,  1957.     (Weather 

Bureau,  Research  paper  42. )     45c.     •  C  30.29  :  42 

Federal  Communications  Commission,  26th  annual  report  for  fiscal  year  1960. 

45c.     •  CO  1.1 :  960 

Fluorspar  mining  methods  and  costs,  Ozark-Mahoning  Co.,  Hardin  County,  111. 

(Mines  Bureau,  Information  circular  7984.)     30c.     •  128.27:7984 

49th  annual  report  of  director  of  Locomotive  Inspection  to  Interstate  Commerce 

Commission,  fiscal  year  1960.    15c.     •  IC  1  loci :  960 

General    information    concerning    trademarks.      [Revised.]       (Patent    Office.) 

15c.     •  C  21.2  :  T67/980 

Growing  crimson  clover.     (Agriculture  Department,  Leaflet  482.)     5c.     • 

A  1.35 :  482 
Growth  of  bluefin  tuna  of  western  north  Atlantic.     (Fish  and  Wildlife  Service, 

Fishery  bulletin  179.)     20c.     •  149.27:179 

Housing  laws,  compilation,  1960.     (House  of  Representatives.)     $2.25     • 

Y  1.2 :  H81/2/960 
Hydrographic    manual.       (Coast    and    Geodetic    Survey,     Publication    20-2.) 

$2.00.     •  C  4.19/2 :  20-2 

Impact  of  automation.     (Labor  Statistics  Bureau,  Bulletin  1287.)     [Also  issued 

as  H.  doc.  36,  87th  Cong.,  1st  sess.]     60c.     •  L  2.3: 1287 

Landing  party  manual,  Navy,  1960.     (Navy  Department.)     $4.75.     • 

D  201.6 :  L23/960 
Laws  relating  to  shipping  and  merchant  marine,  compilation,  1960.     (House  of 

Representatives.)     $2.75.     •  Y1.2:Sh6/960 

nx 


IV  Government  Publications 

Paid  sick  leave  provisions  in  major  union  contracts,  1959.     (Labor  Statistics 

Bureau,  Bulletin  1282.)      [Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  30,  87tli  Cong.,  1st  sess.] 

30c.     •  L  2.3  :  1282 

Recipes,  A  type  school  lunches.     (Agriculture  Department,  Program  aid  271, 

revised.)     ^2.75  (per  set  of  238  cards).  A  1.68  :  271/3 

Report  of  Secretary  of  Agriculture,  1960.    35c.     •  A  1.1:  960 

Study  of  student  nurse  perception  of  patient  attitudes.    (Public  Health  Service, 

Publication  769. )     45c.     •  FS  2.2 :  N93/44 

Sugar  beet  nematode  and  its  control.     (Agriculture  Department,  Leaflet  486.) 

5c.     •  A  1.35  :  486 

Terrain  flying.    [Revised.]     (Flight  Standards  Bureau.)     40c.     • 

FAA  5.8/2 :  T27 
To  fulfill  the  promise,  hundred  years  of  growth  in  land-grant  colleges  and 

universities.    (Education  Office,  OE-50017.)     15c.     •  FS  5.250 :  50017 

Transportation  lines  on  Atlantic,  Gulf,  and  Pacific  coasts,  1960.     (Engineers 

Corps,  Transportation  series  5.)     $3.25.     •  D  103.10 :  5/960 

Trout  in  farm  and  ranch  ponds.     (Agriculture  Department,  Farmers'  bulletin 

2154.)     10c.     •  A  1.9: 2154 

26th  annual  report  of  National  Mediation  Board,  including  report  of  National 

Railroad  Adjustment  Board,  for  fiscal  year  1960.    30c.     •  NMB  1.1 :  960 

26th  annual  report  of  Securities  and  Exchange  Commission.     [Also  issued  as 

H.  doc.  19,  87th  Cong.,  1st  sess.]     $1.00.     •  SE  1.1 :  960 

Units  of  weights  and  measures.     (National  Bureau  of  Standards,  Miscellaneous 

publication  233.)     40c.     •  C  13.10:  233 

The  White  House.     (National  Park  Service.)     oc.     •  1 29.21 :  W5S/4/960 

Working  for  U.S.A.,  applying  for  civil  service  job,  what  Government  expects  of 

Federal  workers.     (Civil  Service  Commission,  Pamphlet  4,  revised  Aug.  1960.) 

15c.     •  CS  1.48:4/10 

World  refugee  year,  report  on  participation  of  United  States  Government. 

(State   Department,   Publication   7095,   General   foreign  policy   series    158.) 

15c.     •  S  1.71 :  158 

Your  children  and  their  gangs.    (Children's  Bureau,  Publication  384.)     20c.     • 

FS  3.209 :  384 


Contents 


Page 

Previews iii 

Abbreviations,  Explanation vi 

General  Information vii 

Hov7  To  Order  Publications viii 

New  Classification  Numbers ix 

Corrections    for    Previous    Monthly 

Catalogs IX 

Classified  List  of  Government  Authors.  xi 

Monthly  Catalog 1 

Index 95 


Abbreviations 


amdt.,  amdts amendment,     amend- 

ments. 

app appendix,  appendixes. 

chap chapter,  chapters. 

Cong Congress. 

Dept Department. 

doc document. 

DPPO  Prnc District     Printing     and 

Publications  Office, 
Potomac  River  Naval 
Command. 

8° octavo. 

t° folio. 

facsim facsimile,  facsimiles. 

4° quarto. 

G.  H.  A Greenwich  hour  angle. 

H House. 

H.  Con.  Res House  concurrent  reso- 
lution. 

H.  doc House  document. 

H.  ex.  doc House  executive  docu- 
ment. 

H    J.  Res House  joint  resolution. 

H.  R House  bill. 

H.  Res House  resolution. 

H.  rp House  report. 

il illustration,  illustra- 
tions. 

in inch,  inches. 

lat latitude. 

long longitude. 

m mile. 

MRC Mississippi  River  Com- 
mission. 

n.  d no  date. 

n.  p no  place. 

Common  abbreviations  for  the  names  of  States 


no.,  nos number,  numbers. 

p page,  pages. 

p.  of  pi pages  of  plates. 

par.,  pars paragraph,  paragraphs. 

pi plate,  plates. 

por portrait,  portraits. 

pt.,  pts part,  parts. 

rp report. 

RPC Recruiting         Publicity 

Center. 

S Senate,  Senate  bill. 

S.  Con.  Res Senate  concurrent  reso- 
lution. 

S.  doc Senate  document. 

S.  ex.  doc Senate    executive    docu- 
ment. 

S.  J.  Res Senate  joint  resolution. 

S.  Res Senate  resolution. 

S.  rp Senate  report. 

sec section,  sections. 

sess session,  sessions. 

16° sixteenmo. 

Stat.  L Statutes  at  large. 

supp supplement. 

tab table,  tables. 

82° thirtj'-twomo. 

Treas Treasury. 

12° twelvemo. 

24° twenty-fourmo. 

V volume,  volumes. 

r.s-.,  r versus. 

WPAFB Wright-Patterson 

Force  Base. 

WRPC Weather    Record    Proc- 
essing Center. 


Air 


months,  etc.,  are  also  used. 


Explanation 


The  individual  issuing  department,  bureau,  oifi.ce,  or  agency  is  considered  the 
publisher  of  Government  publications. 

Words  and  figures  enclosed  in  brackets  [  ]  are  given  for  information,  but  do 
not  appear  on  the  title  pages  of  the  publications  cataloged.  Place  and  printer  are 
not  given  for  publications  printed  at  the  United  States  Government  Printing 
OiRce,  Washington,  D,C.  Size  is  not  given  for  octavo  publications.  Size  of  maps 
is  approximate,  measurement  being  made  from  outer  edge  of  border,  excluding 
margin.  The  dates  given  with  Senate  and  House  documents  and  reports  are  the 
dates  on  which  they  were  ordered  to  be  printed.  Usually  the  printing  promptly 
follows  the  ordering,  but  various  causes  sometimes  make  delays. 

The  word  "processed"  as  used  in  this  catalog  indicates  publications  which  are 
reproduced  by  duplicating  processes  other  than  ordinary  printing,  e.g.,  mimeo- 
graph, multigraph,  planograph,  rotaprint,  multilith.  Processed  publications  are 
not  obtainable  from  the  Superintendent  of  Documents.  Requests  for  them,  if  they 
are  available,  should  be  addressed  to  the  issuing  office  or  to  the  Office  of  Technical 
Services,  as  indicated  by  the  distribution  symbol. 

Under  provisions  of  the  Printing  Act  of  January  12,  1895,  all  Government  publi- 
cations are  entered  in  the  Monthly  Catalog.  However,  administrative  and  confi- 
dential (or  restricted)  publications  are  omitted. 

The  L.C.  card  number  appended  to  some  of  the  entries  is  for  those  libraries 
ordering  printed  cards  from  the  Library  of  Congress.  The  number  at  the  extreme 
right  of  an  entry  indicates  the  classification  of  the  publication  in  the  Office  of  the 
Superintendent  of  Documents. 


General  Information 

The  Superinteudent  of  Documents,  Government  Printing  Office,  Washington, 
D.C.,  is  avithorized  by  law  to  sell  copies  of  Government  publications  and  to  allow 
a  discount  of  25  percent  to  book  dealers  and  also  to  quantity  purchasers  of  100 
or  more  copies  of  a  single  publication  ou  condition  that  they  will  adhere  to  the 
public  sales  price  set  by  the  Superintendent  of  Documents  and  that  publications 
shall  not  be  overprinted  with  any  advertising  matter. 

Publications  cannot  be  supplied  free  to  individuals  nor  forwarded  in  advance 
of  payment. 

PRICE  LIST 

There  is  no  general  price  list  of  public  documents,  but  numerous  lists  have 
been  prepared  on  special  subjects  and  any  of  these  will  be  furnished  free,  on 
application,  by  subject  or  subjects  concerning  which  information  is  desired.  It 
will  also  be  noted  that  current  publications  which  are  for  sale  are  listed  in  this 
catalog. 

LIST  OF  SELECTED  PUBLICATIONS 

In  addition  to  the  price  lists,  the  Documents  OflBce  issues  a  biweekly  list  of 
Selected  United  States  Government  publications  for  sale  by  the  Superintendent 
of  Documents.  Each  list  is  arranged  alphabetically  by  subjects,  with  annota- 
tions and  prices,  and  may  be  obtained  free  upon  application  to  the  Superintendent 
of  Documents. 

CONGRESSIONAL   BILLS,   DOCUMENTS,   AND    REPORTS 

More  than  12,000  different  bills  are  usually  introduced  during  a  Congress,  and 
there  are  additional  prints  on  many  during  the  progress  of  the  legislation.  With 
the  exception  of  a  very  few — such  as  revenue  bills — the  demand  is  an  unknown 
quantity  and  on  most  of  them  we  receive  no  orders,  which  makes  it  impossible  to 
print  a  sales  supply.  It  may  be  that  a  copy  could  be  obtained  from  your 
Congressman. 

A  difficult  problem  is  also  presented  in  providing  a  supply  of  congressional 
documents,  hearings,  and  reports  because  there  are  approximately  6,000  of  this 
class  of  publications  issued  during  a  Congress  and  only  a  few  of  them  are  called 
for.  We  will  attempt  to  print  for  sale  a  few  of  the  more  important  ones,  but  if 
not  priced  the  only  possible  source  would  be  from  your  Congressman. 


HOW  TO  ORDER  PUBLICATIONS 

Publications  entered  in  this  catalog  that  are  for  sale  by  the  Superintendent  of 
Documents  are  indicated  by  an  asterisk  (*)  preceding  the  price.  Those  for  sale 
by  the  Office  of  Technical  Services,  Commerce  Department,  are  indicated  by  a  farad 
(<i>)  preceding  the  price.  A  black  dot  (•)  indicates  that  the  publication  has  been 
or  will  be  sent  to  depository  libraries.  A  dagger  (t)  indicates  that  application 
should  be  made  to  the  department,  bureau,  or  agency  issuing  the  document.  A 
double  dagger  ($)  indicates  that  the  document  is  printed  for  official  use  and  is 
not  obtainable.  Whenever  additional  information  concerning  the  method  of 
procuring  a  document  seems  necessary,  it  will  be  found  under  the  name  of  the 
bureau  by  which  it  was  published. 

In  ordering  a  publication  from  the  Superintendent  of  Documents,  give  (if 
known)  the  name  of  the  publishing  department,  bureau,  or  agency,  and  the  title, 
together  with  the  classification  number  which  is  added  to  the  entry  at  the  extreme 
right;  order  the  congressional  documents  and  reports  by  the  title,  together  with 
the  document  or  report  number  and  the  Congress,  e.g.,  H.  doc.  108,  82d  Congress. 

Do  not  use  the  L.C.  card  number  in  ordering  a  publication  from  the  Superin- 
tendent of  Documents. 

HOW  TO  REMIT 

Remittances  for  documents  marked  with  an  asterisk  (*)  should  be  made  to  the 
Superintendent  of  Documents,  U.S.  Government  Printing  Office,  Washington  2"), 
D.C.,  by  coupon,  postal  money  order,  express  order,  or  check.  Publications  can- 
not be  mailed  in  advance  of  receipt  of  remittance.  Currency  may  be  sent  at 
sender's  risk.  Foreign  remittances  should  be  made  either  by  international  money 
order  or  draft  on  an  American  bank. 

Foreign  money,  defaced  or  smooth  coins,  will  not  be  accepted.  Do  not  send 
postage  stamps. 

For  the  convenience  of  the  general  public,  coupons  in  the  denomination  of  5c 
that  are  good  until  used  in  exchange  for  Government  publications  sold  by  the 
Superintendent  of  Documents,  may  be  purchased  from  this  office.  Address  order 
to  Superintendent  of  Documents,  Government  Printing  Office,  Washington  25,  D.C. 

Persons  who  make  frequent  purchases  from  the  Superintendent  of  Documents 
may  find  a  deposit  account  convenient.  Deposits  of  $2.3.00  or  more  are  accepted 
against  which  orders  may  be  placed  withoiit  making  individual  remittances  or 
first  obtaining  quotations.  Order  blanks  are  furnished  for  this  pui*pose.  After 
the  handling  of  the  order  has  been  completed,  it  will  be  returned  showing  the 
publications  supplied,  explanations  regarding  those  not  sent,  the  amount  of 
charge,  and  the  balance  on  deposit. 

No  charge  is  made  for  postage  on  documents  forwarded  to  points  in  United 
States  and  possessions,  or  to  Canada,  Cuba,  Mexico,  and  certain  Central  and 
South  American  countries.  To  other  countries  the  regular  rate  of  postage  is 
charged,  and  remittances  must  cover  such  postage.  In  computing  foreign  post- 
age, add  one-fourth  of  the  price  of  the  publication. 

LIBRARY  CLASSIFICATION  IN  DOCUMENTS  OFFICE 

The  classification  given  at  the  right  of  entries  for  departmental  publications  is 
that  used  in  the  Library  of  the  Division  of  Public  Documents.  It  is  also  used  as 
a  catalog  number  for  sales  stock  of  this  office.  The  shilling  mark  (/)  separates 
what  would  ordinarily  be  superior  or  inferior  numbers  or  letters,  as  it  is  not 
practicable  to  print  these  numbers  or  letters  as  superiors  or  inferiors  in  the 
Monthly  Catalog. 


New  Classification  Numbers 


Foreign  Agricultural  Service. 

A  67.34  :  CT luternational  animal  feed  symposium  reports. 

Census  Bureau. 
C  3.223/6 :  date/nos Census  of  population :  General  population  char- 
acteristics, PC  ( 1 )  B  series. 
Defense  Department. 

D  7.14:  date Department  of  Defense  index  of  specifications 

and  standards. 

Note. — Consolidation    of    material    formerly    is- 
sued in  three  separate  publications.     See,  for  ear- 
lier classes,  D  101.34  :  (date)  D  212.10  :  (date),  and 
D  301.28:  (date). 
Army  Department. 

D  101.52/3  :  v.nos.&  nos Army  research  and  development  (monthly). 

Naval  Personnel  Bureau. 

D  208.12/3  :  date Register  of  retired  commissioned  and  warrant 

officers,  regular  and  reserve,  of  the  Navy  and 
Marine  Corps. 
Naval  AVeapons  Bureau. 
D  217.13  :-14  :  Reserved 

D  217.15  :  CT U.S.  Naval  Propellant  Plant,  publications. 

Air  Force  Department. 
D  301.26/13-5  :  CT School  of  Aviation  Medicine:  General  publica- 
tions. 
D  301.26/14 :  Reserved 

D  301.26/15 :  date Research  and  special  studies  progress  report 

(annual) 
Federal  Aviation  Agency. 

FAA  1.27/2 :  date Activities  at  air  traffic  control  facilities,  fiscal 

year. 
Public  Health  Service. 
FS  2.64/4 :  CT National  Conference  on  Water  Pollution,  ad- 
dresses, papers,  etc. 
Urban  Renewal  Administration. 

HH  7.6/2  :  nos Technical  guides. 

Science  Information  Service  Office. 

NS  2.9 :  CT Bibliographies  and  lists  of  publications. 

NS2.10:  nos Current  research  and  development  in  scientific 

documentation  (semiannual). 

Note. — See,   for    earlier    class,    NS  1.15  :  (nos.). 
State  Department. 
S  1.114  :  -115 :  Reserved 

S  1.116  :  nos African  series. 

International  Cooperation  Administration. 
S  17.39/2  :  CT Bibliographies  and  lists  of  publications. 

Corrections  for  Previous  Monthly  Catalogs 

Dec.  1959.  Page  227,  2d  column,  change  the  entry  number  for  Foreign  aid : 
mutual  securitv  program — reports,  semiannual — document  edition  from 
17232A  to  17323A. 

Apr.  1960.  Page  60,  top  of  page.  Correct  continued  line  to  read  Water-supply 
papers — Continued . 

June  1960.  Entry  7844,  1960  census  of  population  :  Alphabetical  index  of  occupa- 
tions and  industries.     Correct  class  to  read  C  3.223  :  Oc  1/960. 

IX 


X  Government  Publications 

Aug.  1960.  Entry  10611,  Soviet  research  and  developments  in  chemical  engi- 
neei'ing  unit  operation  of  heat  transfer.     Correct  class  to  read  C  41.22 :  H  35. 

Entry  10609,  Some  facts  about  conservation  reserve  of  soil  bank.     Correct 

class  to  read  A  82.2  :  C  76/15/960. 

Oct.  1960.  Entry  15376,  Plant  patent,  hearing  before  subcommittee  on  patents, 
trademarks,  and  copyrights,  86th  Congress,  1st  session,  pursuant  to  S.  Res.  53 
on  S.1447,  July  9, 1959.     Correct  class  to  read  Y  4.J  89/2  :  P  69. 

—  Entry  15706,  JPRS  5065,  Experience  of  reorganizing  educational  system  of 
Second  Moscow  Medical  Institute  imeni  N.  I.  Pirogov  and  our  immediate  tasks, 
USSR  :  by  M.  G.  Sirotkina.     Correct  OTS  number  to  read  60-11966. 

Dec.  1960.  Entry  18979,  JPRS  6195,  General  meeting  of  Department  of  Geo- 
logical and  Geographical  Sciences  of  Academy  of  Sciences  USSR,  Feb.  22-23, 
1960.     Add  at  end  of  entry  :     *  Paper,  50c.  ( OT  S  :  61-11000 ) . 


Classified  List  of  Government  Authors 

Beginning 
entry 

Agriculture   Department 61 

Agricultural   Conservation  Program   Service 3 

Agricultural  Marketing  Service 11 

Agricultural   Research    Service 42 

Commodity  Stabilization  Service 336 

Farmer  Cooperative  Service 490 

Federal   Extension    Service 512 

Foreign   Agricultural   Service 583 

Forest   Service 653 

Library 104 

Rural  Electrification  Administration 1457 

Soil  Conservation  Service 1470 

Atomic  Energy  Commission 167 

Civil   Aeronautics   Board 297 

Civil  Service  Commission 308 

Commerce   Department 330 

Business  and  Defense  Services  Administration 237 

Business   Economics    OflSce 256 

Census  Bureau 258 

Coast  and  Geodetic  Survey 327 

Federal  Maritime  Board 517 

Foreign    Commerce    Bureau 598 

National  Bureau  of  Standards 1337 

Patent    Office 1413 

Public  Roads  Bureau 1450 

Weather   Bureau 1569 

Congress 337 

Atomic  Energy  Joint  Committee 339 

Economic  Joint  Committee 343 

House   of  Representatives 344 

Education  and  Labor  Committee 375 

Foreign  Affairs   Committee 376 

Merchant  Marine  and  Fisheries  Committee 378 

Un-American  Activities  Committee 379 

Veterans'  Affairs  Committee 381 

Senate 382 

Foreign  Relations  Committee 387 

Interior  and  Insular  Affairs  Committee 388 

Interstate  and  Foreign  Commerce  Committee 389 

Judiciary   Committee 394 

Labor  and  Public  Welfare  Committee 396 

National  Water  Resources,  Select  Committee  on 397 

Court  of  Claims 431 

zz 


XII  Government  Publications 

Beginning 
entry 

Defense    Department 435 

Air  Force  Department 105 

Armed  Forces  Information  and  Education  Office 147 

Army   Department 149 

Adjutant  General's  Office 1 

Chemical   Corps 292 

Engineers    Corps 470 

Mississippi  River  Commission 1240 

Joint  Chiefs  of  Staff 758 

National  Guard  Bureau 1340 

Navy  Department 1408 

Medicine  and  Surgery  Bureau 1194 

Naval   Operations  Office 1365 

Hydrographic  Office 726 

Naval   Observatory 1364 

Naval  Personnel  Bureau 1366 

Naval  Academy 1363 

Naval  Research  Office 1369 

Naval  Weapons  Bureau 1405 

Ships  Bureau 1463 

Supplies  and  Accounts  Bureau 1540 

Yards  and  Docks  Bureau 1586 

Federal  Aviation  Agency 493 

Air  Traffic  Management  Bureau 145 

Facilities  and  Materiel  Bureau 489 

Flight  Standards  Bureau 579 

Research  and  Development  Bureau 1455 

Federal  Communications  Commission 505 

Federal  Deposit  Insurance  Corporation 511 

Federal  Home  Loan  Bank  Board 513 

Federal   Power    Commission 520 

Federal  Reserve  System  Board  of  Governors 530 

Federal  Trade  Commission 559 

Foreign  Claims  Settlement  Commission 597 

Foreign-Trade   Zones   Board 651 

General  Accounting  Office 703 

General  Services  Administration 

Federal  Supply  Service 538 

National  Archives  and  Records  Service 1830 

Government  Printing  Office 

Public  Documents  Division 1424 

Health,  Education,  and  Welfare  Department 

Education   Office 449 

Food   and   Drug   Administration 581 

Public  Health  Service 1430 

National  Institutes  of  Health 1341 

Social  Security  Administration 1467 

Children's    Bureau 293 

Federal  Credit  Unions   Bureau 510 

Old-Age  and  Survivors  Insurance  Bureau 1412 

Public  Assistance  Bureau-^^^ , 1423 


I 


January  19C1  XIII 

Beginning 
entry 

Housing  and  Home  Finance  Agency 723 

Federal  Housing  Administration 515 

Urban  Renewal  Administration 1563 

Interior    Department 739 

Fish   and   Wildlife   Service 560 

Geological  Survey 704 

Indian    Affairs   Bureau 738 

Mines  Bureau 1195 

National   Park   Service 1347 

Reclamation    Bureau 1453 

Interstate  Commerce  Commission 748 

Joint  Publications  Research  Service 762 

Justice    Department 1159 

Immigration  and  Naturalization  Service 737 

Labor  Department 1161 

Apprenticeship  and  Training  Bureau 146 

Employment    Security    Bureau 467 

Federal    Safety   Council 537 

Labor  Standards  Bureau 1164 

Labor  Statistics  Bureau 1169 

Wage  and  Hour  and  Public  Contracts  Divisions 1568 

Women's  Bureau 1576 

Library  of  Congress 1190 

Copyright  Office 428 

Lincoln   Sesquicentennial   Commission 1193 

Missouri  Basin  Inter-Agency  Committee 1241 

National  Aeronautics  and  Space  Administration 1244 

National  Railroad  Adjustment  Board 1356 

National  Science  Foundation 1358 

Science  Information  Service  Office 1459 

Post  Office  Department 1415 

President  of  United  States 1422 

Civil  and  Defense  Mobilization  Office 300 

Renegotiation    Board 1454 

Securities  and  Exchange  Commission 1460 

Small  Business  Administration 1465 

Smithsonian    Institution 1466 

National   Museum 1342 

State  Department 1483 

Subversive  Activities  Control  Board 1539 

Supreme  Court 1541 

Tariff    Commission 1543 

Tennessee  Valley  Authority 1557 

Treasury  Department 1561 

Coast  Guard 329 

Customs   Bureau 432 

Internal   Revenue   Service 741 

Veterans  Administration 1564 

White  House  Conference  on  Aging 1575 


Monthly  Catalog 

NO.  792  •  JANUARY  1961 

ADJUTANT  GENERAL'S  OFFICE  (Army),  Defense  Dept. 

1  Civil  affairs  activities  in  Kyukyu  Islands,  Oct.  1,  1959-Mar.  31,  1960,  v.  8, 

no.  1.  [PPRC,  Japan,  I960.]  cover  title,  x+304  p.  il.  4"  (RCS 
CSCAMG-5.)  [Published  semiannually  by  United  States  Civil  Admin- 
istration of  Ryukyu  Islands,  Office  of  Plans  and  Programs.     Processed.] 

J 

L.C.  card  55-61554  D  102.19/3 :  8/1 

PRB  technical  research  notes.  (Personnel  Research  and  Procedures  Divi- 
sion, Personnel  Research  Branch.)  [Processed.]  *  Price  upon  appli- 
cation. 

2  108.  Systems    research,    opportunity    and    challenge   for    measurement    research 

psychologist  [with  list  of  references;  by]  Julius  E.  Uhlaner.     July  1960. 

[5]    leaves  +  14   p.   il.  4°      (Army  project  number  2L95-60-001.) 

L.C.  card  60-64647  D  102.27  :  108 

AGRICULTURAL  CONSERVATION  PROGRAM  SERVICE 
Agriculture  Dept. 

3  Agricultural  conservation  program  handbook  for  1961 :  Colorado.     Nov. 

1960.     ii+44   p.   il.     ( ACP-1961-Colo. )     t     •  Item   103- A-5 

L.C.  card  56-37555  A  90.8  :  C  71/961 

■i  Idaho;    Nov.    1960.     [I960.]     ii+35    p.    il.     ( ACP-1961-Idaho. )     f 

•  Item  103-A-lO 

L.C.  card  56-37555  A  90.8  :  Id  1/961 

5  Nevada;    Nov.    1960.     [I960.]     iii+27    p.    il.     (ACP-1961-Nev.)     t 

•  Item  103-A-26 

L.C.  card  56-37555  A  90.8 :  N  41/961 

6  New    Hampshire;    Nov.    1960.     [I960.]     ii+27    p.    il.     (ACP-1961- 

N.H.     t     •  Item  103-A-27 

L.C.  card  56-37555  A  90.8  :  N  42h/961 

7  North  Carolina ;  Nov.  1960.     [I960.]     ii+31  p.  il.     (ACP-1961-N.C.) 

t     •  Item  103-A-31 

L.C.  card  56-37555  A  90.8 :  N  81c/961 

8  Oklahoma;    Nov.    1960.     [I960.]     iii+32    p.     ( ACP-1961-Okla. )     t 

•  Item  103-A-34 

L.C.  card  56-37555  A  90.8 :  Ok  4/961 

9  Pennsylvania;    Nov.    1960.     [I960.]     ii+36    p.     (ACP-1961-Pa.)     t 

•  Item  103-A-36 

L.C.  card  56-37555  A  90.8  :  P  38/961 

10        Washington;  Nov.  1960.     [I960.]     ii-f-39  p.  il.     (ACP-1961-Wash.) 

t     •  Item  103-A-45 

L.C.  card  56-37555  A  90.8  :  W  27/961 

AGRICULTURAL  MARKETING  SERVICE,  Agriculture  Dept. 

Acreage  marketing  guides,  AMG  (series).     •  Item  18-D 

11  17.  1961    acreage-marketing   guides :    Spring   vegetables,    spring   melons,    spring 

potatoes.     Nov.  1960.     55  p.  il.  4"     t 

L.C.  card  54-61276  A  88.26/4  :  17 

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Government  Publications 

12  Agricultural  outlook  charts,  1961.     [Nov.  I960.]     cover  title,  88  p.  il.  ob. 

long  8°  (Agricultural  Research  Service.)  *  Paper,  50c.  •  Item  18-B 
L.C.  card  48-32975  A  88.8/3  :  961 

13  Agricultural  outlook,  summary  of  comments  by  Oris  Y.  Wells,  adminis- 

trator. Agricultural  Marketing  Service,  before  annual  convention  of 
National  Association  of  State  Departments  of  Agriculture,  Denver.  Colo., 
Sept.  5,  1960.     [I960.]     7  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t  A  88.22 :  AV  46/5 

14  Amendment  to  United  States  standards  for  grades  of  tomato  sauce,  amend- 

ment effective  Oct.  21,  1960.  [I960.]  1  p.  4°  [Processed.  Published 
in  Federal  Register  of  Oct.  21,  I960.]     t         A  88.6/2  :  T  591/954/amdt. 

AMS  (series),     t  A  88.40:(nos.) 

15  277.  Rice,  annual  market  summary  1960.     Oct.  1960.     44  p.  il.  4°      (Grain  Divi- 

sion.)     •  Item  19-A 
L.C.  card  59-60334 

16  403.  Observation   and   audit   tecliniques   for   measuring   retail   sales,   by  Earl  E. 

Houseman  and  Benjamin  Lipstein  ;  [and  Observation  techniques  in  store 
auditing,  by  Solomon  Dutka  and  Lester  R.  Prankel].  [1960. J  p.  61-72, 
40  [Processed.  Reprinted  from  Agricultural  economics  research,  v.  12, 
no.  8,  July  I960.] 

17  409.  Tank  storage  facilities  for  fats  and  oils  expand  sharply  during  1950's  ;  by 

John  W.  Thompson.  [I960.]  p.  35-37,  40  (Marketing  Economics  Re- 
search Division.)  [Processed.  Prepared  in  cooperation  with  Bureau  of 
Raw  Materials  for  American  vegetable  fats  and  oils  industry.  Reprinted 
from  Fats  and  oils  situation,  Sept.  I960.] 

18  417.  Acreage  marketing  guides,  what  they  mean  to  potato  growers.     Nov.  1960. 

[4]  p.  11.  narrow  8"      [Processed.] 

19  418.  Uses  of  marketing  information  by  farmers  in  Michigan  ;  [by  John  O.  Gerald]. 

[Nov.     I960.]      15    p.     4»      (Marketing    Economics    Research     Division.) 

[Processed.] 

L.C.  card  Agr  61-18 

20  420.  Variations    in   quality   of   Florida  grown   Duncan   grapefruit    [with   list   of 

literature  cited;  by  William  G.  Long  and  others].      [Nov.   I960.]      16  p. 
11.4"      (Market  Quality  Research  Division.)      [Processed.] 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-16 

21  424.  Farm  and  retail  prices  for  beet  sugar  ;  by  L.  C.  Lai-kin.     Nov.  1960.     4  p.  11. 

4°     (Marketing  Economics   Research  Division.)      [Processed.] 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-36 

22  Commercial  apples,  production  by  varieties,  1960  with  comparisons.     Dec. 

1,    1960.     12   p.    4"     (FtNt   2-2-2    (12-60)  ;    Crop    Reporting    Board.) 

[Processed.]     t 

L.C.  card  59-41517  A  88.12/15  :  960 

23  1961  crop  and  livestock  reports,  content  of  reports  and  dates  of  release. 

Dec.  1960.     12  p.  4°     (Crop  Reporting  Board.)      [Processed.]     t 

A  88.33/2  :  C  88/961 

24  Dual  grading  system  for  beef,  remarks  by  David  M.  Pettus,  director.  Live- 

stock Division,  AMS,  before  beef  cattle  short  course  of  A.  and  M.  College 
of  Texas,  College  Station,  Tex.,  Aug.  8,  1960.  [1960]  4  p.  4°  [Proc- 
essed.]    t  A  88.22  :  P  45/3 

25  Federal  orders  as  they  affect  current  problems  in  dairy  industry,  talk  by 

H.  L.  Forest,  director,  Dairy  Division  at  annual  convention  of  Wash- 
ington State  Dairy  Foundation,  Vancouver,  B.C.,  Sept.  28-30,  1960. 
[I960.]     7  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t  A  88.  22 :  F  76/24 

26  Grain  marketing  in  Soviet  Union,  summary  of  remarks  by  V.  John  Brensike, 

Marketing  Economics  Research  Division,  Agricultural  Marketing  Serv- 
ice, Department  of  Agriculture,  before  1960  Feed  Production  School, 
Kansas  City,  Mo.,  Sept.  21-23,  1960.     [I960.]     5  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t 

A  88.22 :  B  75/6 

27  Institutional  meat  purchase  specifications  for  fresh  beef,  series  100,  ap- 

proved bv  USDA.  Oct.  1960.  iv+13  p.  4°  (Livestock  Division.) 
*  Paper,  15c.     •  Item  24-N  A  88.17/4 :  B  39/960 

28  Institutional   meat  purchase  specifications  for  fresh  lamb  and   mutton, 

series  200,  approved  by  USDA.  Oct.  1960.  ii-|-3  p.  4°  (Livestock 
Division.)     *  Paper,  5c.     •  Item  24-N  A  88.17/4  :  L  16/960 

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January  1961 

29  Institutional  meat  purchase  specifications  for  fresh  pork,  series  400,  ap- 

proved bv  USDA.  Oct.  1960.  8  p.  4°  (Livestock  Division.)  *  Paper, 
5c.     •  Item  24-N  A  88.17/4 :  P  82/960 

30  Institutional  meat  purchase  specifications  for  fresh  veal  and  calf,  series 

300,  approved  bv  USDA.  Oct.  1960.  ii-f  5  p.  4°  (Livestock  Division.) 
*  Paper,  5c.     •  Item  24-N  A  88.17/4 :  V  48/960 

31  Institutional  meat  purchase  specifications,  general  requirements  for  use 

under  USDA  acceptance  service.  Oct.  1960.  8  p.  4°  (Livestock  Divi- 
sion.)     *  Paper,  5c.     •  Item  24-N  A  88.17/4 :  R  29/960 

32  Marketing  eastern  North  Carolina  potatoes,  summary,  1960  crop.     [Aug. 

I960.]  [2] +12  p.  4°  (Federal-State  Market  News  Service,  Elizabeth 
City,  N.C.)  [Processed.  Prepared  in  cooperation  with  North  Carolina 
Department  of  Agriculture.]     t  A  88.2 :  P  84/7 

33  Milk  production.     Nov.   14,  1960.     8  p.  il.  4°     (Da   1-1    (11-60)  ;   Crop 

Reporting  Board.)  [Processed.  Special  in  this  issue:  1960  dairy  pas- 
ture season  summary.]     t  A  88.14/2  :  960/11 

34  Ohio  agricultural  statistics,  county  estimates,  major  crops,  1959,  acreage, 

yield,  production,  livestock,  number  on  farms,  Jan.  1,  19(50,  corn,  wheat, 
soybeans,  oats,  hay,  cattle,  milk  cows,  hogs,  sheep,  chickens.  Columbus, 
Ohio,  Mar.  1960.  cover  title,  11  p.  il.  4°  [Processed.  Issued  jointly  by 
Agricultural  Marketing  Service  and  Ohio  Crop  Reporting  Service,  Ohio 
Agricultural  Experiment  Station,  Dept.  of  Agricultural  Economics. 
Page  11,  last  page  of  text,  is  on  inside  of  back  cover.]  t  Agricultural 
Statistician,  Room  217,  Old  Post  Office  Building,  Columbus  15,  Ohio. 
L.C.  card  58-^0536  A  88.2  :  Oh  3 

35  I960  popcorn  acreage  for  harvest  up  3  percent.     Aug.  11,  1960.     [2]  p.  4° 

(Crop  Reporting  Board.)  [Processed.  Reprint  from  Crop  production, 
Aug.  I960.]     t  A  88.12/14  :  960 

36  Record  stocks  of  corn,  sorghum  grain  and  wheat.     Oct.  24,  1960.     [2]  p.  f° 

(Crop  Reporting  Board.)      [Processed.]     t  A  88.2  :  C  81/4 

37  Responsibility  of  Federal  Government  in  milk  pricing,  talk  by  H.  L.  Forest, 

director.  Dairy  Division,  at  meeting  of  West  Virginia  Dairy  Products 
Association,  White  Sulphur  Springs,  W.  Ya.,  Aug.  1960.  [I960.]  5  p.  4° 
[Processed.]     t  A  88.22  :  F  76/25 

Service  and  regulatory  announcements. 

38  168.  Official  United  States  standards  for  grades  of  slaughter  lambs,  yearlings,  and 

sheep.     Apr.  1951,  reprinted  with  amendments,  Nov.  1960.     9  p.      [Title 
7,  ch.  1,  Code  of  Federal  Regulations,  pt.  53.]      t      •  Item  111 

A  S8.6/3  :  168 

39  Tobacco  products  outlook  [address]  by  Stephen  E.  Wrather,  director.  To- 

bacco Division,  Agricultiiral  Marketing  Service,  Department  of  Agricul- 
ture, before  National  Tobacco  Tax  Association,  Palo  Alto,  Calif.,  Sept.  27, 
1960.     [I960.]     7  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t  A  88.22 :  W  92/8 

40  Turkeys  raised  1960,  turkey  crop  same  size  as  1959.     Aug.  29,  1960.     [2] 

p.  4°     (Crop  Reporting  Board,  Pou  3-2   (8-60).)      [Processed.]     t 

A  88.15/11 :  960 

41  Vermont  milk  flavor  improvement  program ;  by  Elmer  E.  Towne  and  Wil- 

liam Whyte.  [I960.]  [3]  p.  il.  4°  [Processed.  Reprinted  from  Agri- 
cultural marketing,  Sept.  I960.]     t  A  88.26/3a  :  M  599/3 

AGRICULTURAL  RESEARCH  SERVICE,  Agriculture  Dept. 

42  Annual  report  of  cooperative  State-Federal  sheep  and  cattle  scabies  eradi- 

cation, fiscal  year  1960.  Oct.  25,  1960.  [8]  p.  il.  4°  (Animal  Disease 
Eradication  Division,  Special  Diseases  Eradication.)  [Processed.]  t 
L.O.  card  57-62047  A  77.233  :  960 

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Government  Publications 

ARS  (series),     t  A  77.15:(nos.) 

43  34-14.       Crops  research  :  Weed  control  In  western  Irrigation  and  drainage  sys- 

tems, losses  caused  by  weeds,  costs  and  benefits  of  weed  control  [with 
list  of  literature  cited;  by  F.   L.  Timmons].     Sept.  1960.      [2] +22 
p.  il.  40     [Joint  report  with  Bureau  of  Reclamation,  Department  of 
Interior.]      [Processed.] 
L.C.  card  Agr  60-414 

44  41-39.       Abstracts  of  recent  published  material  on  soil  and  water  conservation, 

no.    18;    [abstracted    by    Charles    B.    Crook].      [Oct.    I960.]      cover 
title,  152  p.  4»      [Text  on  p.  2  of  cover.]      •  Item  25-B 
L.C.  card  Agr  49-669 

45  41-43.       Proceedings  of  ARS-SCS  worljshop  on  Hydraulics  of  surface  irrigation 

with    participation    by    State   agricultural    experiment    stations    and 
land-grant  colleges,  Denver,  Colo.,  Feb.  9-10,  1960  ;   [edited  by  Mar- 
vin E.  Jensen].     Oct.  1960.     cover  title,  vii  +  110  p.  il.  4'»      •  Item 
25-B 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-37 

46  42-44.       Corn  topping,  its  effect  on  field  drying  and  harvesting;  by  T.  W.  Cassel- 

man,  J.  L.  Schmidt,  and  W.  G.  Lovely.  Aug.  1960.  15  p.  il.  4» 
[Processed.] 

47  44-83-1.  DHIA  proved  sire  list  1960  ;  pt.  2,  Holstein  sires.     Oct.  1960.     cover 

title,  579  p.  4»      •  Item  2.5-B 

48  Same :  pt.  3,  Jersey,  Brown  Swiss,  Milking  Shorthorn,  Red  Dane,  and  Red  Poll 

sires.     Oct.  1960.     cover  title,  274  p.  4"      •  Item  25-B 

49  71-15.       Fermentation   acids,    production,    properties    and    utilization,    technical 

literature  and  patents  of  Department  of  Agriculture  ;  [compiled  by 
Robert  G.  Dworschack].  June  1960.  cover  title,  15  p.  4"  [Proc- 
essed. Text  on  p.  2  of  cover  and  p.  15,  last  page  of  text,  on  inside 
of  back  cover.  Extends  and  supersedes  bibliography  issued  Feb.  1952 
as  AIC-322,  entitled  Production  of  organic  acids  by  fermentation.] 

50  73-31.       Acids  and  esters  of  flue-cured  tobacco  [with  list  of  literature  cited  ;  by 

R.  L.   Stedman  and  others].     Nov.  1960.      [2]-fl6  p.  il. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-38 

51  Characteristics  of  farm  mortgages  recorded,  Jan.  1-Mar.  31,  1959,  pre- 

liminary report;  [by]  Van  B.  Eitel.  Aug.  1960.  7  p.  4°  (Farm  Eco- 
nomics Research  Division.)     [Processed.]     t  A  77.2  :F  22/4 

52  Cooperative    State-Federal    brucellosis    eradication    program,    statistical 

tables,  fiscal  year  1960.     [I960.]     [10]  p.  3  maps,  4°     (Animal  Disease 

Eradication  Division.)     [Processed.     Maps  are  colored.]     f 

L.C.  card  59-61776  A  77.212/4 :  960 

53  Cooperative   State-Federal   tuberculosis   eradication   program,   statistical 

tables,  fiscal  year  1960.     [I960.]     [17]  p.  4°     (Animal  Disease  Eradica- 
tion Division.)     [Processed.]    f 
L.C.  card  59-61779  A  77.212/5  :  960 

54  Food  additives  amendment  of  1958  as  viewed  by  USDA,  [by]  M.  R.  Clark- 

son,  associate  administrator,  Agricultural  Research  Service,  USDA. 
[I960.]  7  p.  4°  [Processed.  Talk  before  American  Veterinary  Medical 
Association  meeting  in  Denver,  Colo.,  Aug.  16,  I960.]    t 

A  77.10 :  C  56/17 

55  Meat  Inspection  Division  responsibilities  on  additives  and  residues;  [by] 

C.  H.  Pals.  [I960.]  13  p.  4°  [Processed.  Address  presented  at  55th 
annual  meeting,  American  Meat  Institute,  Chicago,  111.,  Sept.  17, 
I960.]     t  A  77.10  :P  18 

56  Pictorial  keys.  Cooperative  economic  insect  report  [articles]  ;  issued  by 

Plant  Pest  Control  Division.     [I960.]     [l]-t-10  p.  il.  4"     [Processed.]     t 

A  77.324/3  :  P  58 

Picture  sheet. 

57  26.  Gypsy  moth  [life  history  and  control].     [Revised  Oct.  I960.]      [I960.]      [2] 

p.  il.      (Plant  Pest  Control  Division.)      [Illustrator  A.   D.  Cushman.]      t 
•  Item  46  A  77.320  :  26/2 

58  Publications  and   patents    [list]    of   Southern   Utilization   Research   and 

Development  Division,  Jan.-Juue  1960.  Aug.  1960.  cover  title,  [2]-f  ii-j- 
23  p.  4°  (Southern  Regional  Research  Laboratory,  New  Orleans  19, 
La.)     t  A  77.17/3:  960 

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59  Responsibilities  of  agriculture  in  age  of  chemicals,  talk  by  W.  L.  Popham, 

deputy  administrator,  Agricultural  Research  Service,  Department  of 
Agriculture,  before  Cape  Code  Cranberry  Growers  Association,  East 
Wareham,  Mass.,  Aug.  23,  1960.     [1960.]     6  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t 

A  77.10 :  P  81/6 

60  Trichinosis  in  United  States  [with  list  of  references,  by]  Benjamin  Sch- 

wartz, [Meat  Inspection  Division],  Agricultural  Research  Service,  De- 
partment of  Agriculture,  Beltsville,  Md.  [I960.]  18  p.  4°  [Processed. 
Paper  read  at  1st  International  Conference  on  Trichinosis  held  in  War- 
saw, Poland,  Sept.  12  and  13,  I960.]     f  A  77.223:  Sch  9 

AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT 

Agriculture  handbooks:     •  Item  3  A  1.76:  (nos.) 

61  173.  Handbook  of  mosquitos  of  southeastern  United  States   [with  list  of  litera- 

ture cited]  ;   by  W.  V.  King   [and  others].     Nov.  1960.      [2] +188  p.  il. 
[Replaces  Miscellaneous  publication  no.  336,  Mosquitoes  of  southeastern 
States.]     *  Paper,  7.5c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  01-17 

62  181.  Management  and  inventory  of  southern   hardwoods   [with  selected   bibliog- 

raphy] ;  by  John  A.  Putnam,  George  M.  Purnival,  and  J.   S.  McKnight. 
Nov.  1960.    iii  +  102  p.  il.  4°     (Forest  Service.)     *  Paper,  5oc. 
L.C.  card  Agr  60-423 

63  183.  Logging  road  handbook,  effect  of  road  design  on  hauling  costs   [with  bibliog- 

raphy ;    by    James    J.    Byrne,    Roger   J.    Nelson,    and    Paul    H.    Googinsj. 
[Dec.    I960.]      cover   title,    [l]+65  p.   il.   4»      (Forest  Service.)      t 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-39 

64  189,  Market  diseases   of  grapes  and  other  small  fruits    [with  list  of  literature 

cited]  by  John  M.  Harvey  and  W.  T.  Pentzer.     Nov.  1960.     iii+37  p.  10 
pi.     (Agricultural  Marketing  Service,  Market  Quality  Research  Division.) 
[Plates  are  colored.]     *  Paper,  30c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-24 

Agriculture  information  bulletins.     •  Item  4  A  1.75:  (nos.) 

65  229.  Air  attack   on  forest  fires.      [Nov.   I960.]      32   p.   il.   oblong   S"      ([Forest 

Service.] )     *  Paper,  30c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-2 

66  234,  Opportunities  for  economic  development  in  low-production  farm  areas,  study 

of  incomes,  employment,  and  resources   [with  bibliographies  ;  by  Buis  T. 

Inman  and  John  H.  Southern].     [Nov.  I960.]     111+38  p.  il.  4°     ([Farm 

Economics  Research  Division,  Agricultural  Research  Service.])      ♦Paper, 

25c. 

L.C.  card  Agr  61-28 

67  235.  Older  farm  family  and  medical  costs  :   [by  James  D.  Cowhig  and  Emily  O. 

Stewart].     [Dec.  I960.]     40  p.  il.  4"     (Agricultural  Marketing  Service.) 
[Includes  list  of  Related  publications  from   Survey  of  farmers   expendi- 
tures in  1955.]     *  Paper,  25c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-29 

68  Farm  families  have  more  mixed  or  diversified  incomes ;   [by]   True  D. 

Morse,  Under  Secretary  of  Agriculture  and  chairman.  Committee  for 
Rural  Development  Program,  notes  used  in  address  before  Regional 
Rural  Development  Conference,  Kentucky,  North  Carolina,  Tennessee, 
Virginia,  and  West  Virginia,  Roanoke,  Va.,  Aug.  2, 1960.  [I960.]  4  p.  4° 
(USD A  2185-60.)      [Processed.]     t  A  1.40 :  M  83/118 

Farmers' bulletins.     •  Item  9  A  1.9: (nos.) 

69  1976.  Handling  and  storing  soft  corn  on  farm  ;  [by  C.  K.  Shedd  and  J.  R.  McCal- 

mont].      [Revised  May  1954,  slightly  revised  Dec.  I960.]      [i960.]      [2] 
+  12  p.  11.     *  Paper,  10c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-40 

70  2035.  Making  land  produce  useful  wildlife;  [by  Wallace  L.  Anderson].      [Revised 

Nov.    I960.]      [I960.]      [2] +30   p.   il.      [Drawings  by   Felix    Summers.] 

*  Paper,  15c, 

71  2041.  Castorbean   production  ;    [prepared   by    Crops   Research   Division,    Agricul- 

tural   Research    Service].      [Revised    Dec.    I960.]      [I960.]      11    p.    il. 

♦  Paper,  10c. 

L.C,  card  Agr  61-41 

72  2151.  Japanese  beetle,  how  to  control  it;  [by  Walter  E.  Fleming].      [Oct.  I960.] 

16    p.    il.      [Supersedes    Farmers'    bulletin    2004,    Controlling    Japanese 
beetle.]      •  Paper,  15c, 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-25 

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Farmers'  bulletins — Continued 

73  2153.  Feeding  dairy  cattle ;   [prepared  by  Animal  Husbandy  Research  Division, 

Agricultural   Research   Service],      [Nov.   I960.]      32   p.    11.      [Supersedes 
Farmers'  bulletin  1626,  Feeding  dairy  cows.]      *  Paper,  15c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-35 

74  [Forestry  challenge  of  our  time,  opening  address  by  Secretary  of  Agricul- 

ture Ezra  Taft  Benson  before  5th  World  Forestry  Congress,  Seattle, 
Wash.,  Aug.  29,  I960.]  [I960.]  [1]+10  p.  4"  [Processed.  Includes 
highlights  of  talk.]     t  A  1.40 :  B  44/291 

Home  and  garden  bulletins.     •  Item  11  A1.77:(nos.) 

75  74.  Food   and  your  weight ;    [by   Louise  Page  and   Lillian   J.   Fincher].      [Nov. 

I960.]      [2] +30  p.  11.      ([Institute  of  Home  Economics,  Agricultural  Re- 
search Service.] )      *  Paper,  15c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-8 

76  75.  European  earwig,  how  to  control  it  around  home;   [by  C.  W.  Getzendaner]. 

[Nov.  I960.]  [8]  p.  11.  narrow  8"  ([Entomology  Research  Division, 
Agricultural  Research  Service.] )      *  Paper,  5c. 

Home  economics  research  report.     •  Item  11-B 

77  11.  Energy   expenditures  of  women   performing  selected  activities    [with  list  of 

literature  cited;  by  Martha   Richardson  and  Earl  C.  McCracken].      [Dec. 
I960.]      24  p.  11.  4°      (Agricultural  Research  Service.)      *  Paper,   15c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-42  A  1.87  :  11 

Leaflets.     •  Item  12  A1.35:(nos.) 

78  136.  Production  of  parsley  ;  [prepared  by  Crops  Research  Division,  Agricultural 

Research  Service].      [Revised  Dec.  1900.]      [I960.]      [4]  p.  11.  narrow  8° 

*  Paper,  5c. 

79  184.  Elm  leaf  beetle  ;    [prepared   in   Division  of  Forest  Insect  Research,  Forest 

Service.]      [Revised  Dec.    I960.]      [I960.]      4  p.  il.  4»     *  Paper,   5c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-43 

80  239.  Moderate  grazing  pays   on   California   annual-type   ranges  ;    [by   August   L. 

Hormay].      [June    1944,    slightly    revised    Nov.    I960.]      [i960.]      [2] +5 
p.  11.      (Forest  Service.)      t 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-7 

81  361.  Golden   nematode   of  potatoes  and  tomatoes,   how   to  prevent  Its   spread  ; 

[prepared  by  Plant  Pest  Control  Division,  Agricultural  Research  Service]. 
[May  1954,  slightly  revised  Nov.  I960.]      [I960.]     2-f  [2]  p.  11.     *  Paper, 

L.C.  card  Agr  61-27 

82  367.  Tomato  fruitworm,  how  to  control  it;    [by  J.  Wilcox  and  A.  F.  Howland]. 

[Revised  Nov.  i960.]  [I960.]  [6]  p.  il.  narrow  8"  ([Entomology  Re- 
search Division,   Agricultural   Research   Service.])      *  Paper,  5c. 

83  449.  Okra  culture  ;  [by  Victor  R.  Boswell  and  L.  B.  Reed].      [Revised  Nov.  I960.] 

[i960.]  8  p.  il.  narrow  8"  ([Crops  Research  Division  and  Entomology 
Research  Division,  Agricultural  Research  Service.])  [Supersedes  Leaflet 
305,  Okra  :  culture  and  use.]      *  Paper,  5c. 

84  456.  Cattle  lice,  how  to  control  them  ;   [prepared  by  Entomology  Research  Divi- 

sion and  Animal  Disease  and   Parasite  Research  Division,  Agricultural 
Research    Service].     [Revised    Nov.    I960.]      [I960.]     8    p.    11.     [Super- 
sedes Leaflet  319,   Control  of  Lice  on  Cattle.]     *  Paper,   5c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-44 

85  481.  Selecting  farm  framing  lumber  for  strength;  [by  Lyman  W.  Wood].     [Nov. 

1960.]      [2]-f6  p.   il.    ([Forest  Products   Laboratory,   Forest   Service.]) 

•  Paper,  5c. 

L.C.  card  Agr  61-3 

86  484.  Persian  clover  legume  for  South  ;    [prepared  by  Crops  Research  Division, 

Agricultural  Research  Service].  [Nov.  I960.]  [8]  p.  11.  narrow  8" 
[Supersedes  Farmer's  bulletin  1929,  Persian  clover.]     *  Paper,  5c. 

Marlseting  bulletins.     •  Item  13-G  A1.95:(nos.) 

87  14.  Retail  produce  manual :  Packaging  and  price-marking  produce  in  retail  stores. 

[Oct.  I960.]  32  p.  il.  40  (Agricultural  Marketing  Service  and  Federal 
Extension  Service.)  [Prepared  with  assistance  of  Supermarket  News, 
New  York,  N.Y.     Issued  with  perforations.]     *  Paper,  25c. 

88  15.  U.S.  grades  of  beef.      [Nov.  I960.]      [12]  p.  il.     ([Livestock  Division,  Agri- 

cultural Marketing  Service.])  [Supersedes  leaflet  no.  310.]  *  Paper,  10c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-6 

Marl^eting  research  reports.     •  Item  13-B  A  1.82 :  (nos.) 

89  178.  Aeration  of  grain  in  commercial  storages ;   [compiled  by  Leo  E.  Holman]. 

Revised  Nov.  1960.     [I960.]      [3] +  46  p.  il.  40     (Agricultural  Marketing 
Service,  Transportation  and  Facilities  Research  Division.)      [Prepared  In 
cooperation  with  Agricultural  Experiment  Stations  of  Georgia,  Indiana, 
Iowa,  Kansas,  and  Texas.]     *  Paper,  35c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-45 

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January  1961' 

90  418.  Marketing  costs  and  margins  for  livestock  and  meats  [with  list  of  literature 

cited:    by   Dalton   L.   Wilson,   Betty   Sue   Pence,   and  Victor  B.   Phillips]. 
I  Nov.   I!i0(i.  ]      vi  +  G5  p.  il.  4"      (Agricultural  Marketing  Service,  Market- 
ing Economics  Research  Division.)      t 
L.C.  card  Agr  60-424 

91  423.  Salvaging  tomatoes  from   frozen    vines;    [by    Lacy    P.    McCoUoch].      [Nov. 

I960.]      iii  +  llp.  11.      (Agricultural  Marketing  Service.)      t 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-46 

92  424.  Automatic  sizing  and   packaging  of   eggs ;    [by   Evans   R.    Winter].      [Nov. 

I960.]     iv+17  p.  il.  4"     (Agricultural  Marketing  Service,  Transportation 
and  Facilities  Research  Division.)      *  Paper,  15c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-23 

93  438.  Water  absorption  by  eviscerated  broilers  during  washing  and  chilling  [with 

list  of  literature  "cited  ;  by  Anthony  W.  Kotula,  James  E.  Thompson,  and 
Jack  A.  Kinuer].     [Oct.    I960.]     11   p.   l\.   4°     (Agricultural  Marketing 
Service,  Market  Quality  Research  Division.)      t 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-34 

94  439.  Minimum  wages  in  grocery  stores,  selected  experiences  in  New  York  State  ; 

[by  Robert  F.   Risley  and  Imogene  Bright].      [Nov.   I960.]      20  p.  il.  40 
(Marketing  Economics  Research   Division,   Agricultural   Marketing   Serv- 
ice.)     t 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-47 

95  441.  Geographic  distribution  of  western  frozen  fruits  and  vegetables  ;  [by  Robert 

B.  Reese  and  Earl  B.   Miller].      [Nov.   I960.]     40   p.   il.  4»      (Marketing 
Economics  Research  Division,  Agricultural  Marketing  Service.)      t 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-48 

Miscellaneous  publications.     •  Item  13-A  A1.3S:(nos.) 

96  714.  Students,    start   your    career   in    SCS    before    you    graduate.      [May    1956, 

slightly  revised  Nov.  I960.]      [I960.]      [8]    p.  il.  narrow  8°      (Soil  Con- 
servation Service.)     *  Paper,  5c. 

97  832.  Vat  for  dipping  cattle.     Nov.  1960.      [2]  p.  il.  4<>      (Cooperative  farm  build- 

ing plan  exchange  ;  plan  no.  5876.)      *  Paper,  5c. 

98  Nutrition  up  to  date,  up  to  you ;  [prepared  by  Institute  of  Home  Economics, 

Agricultural  Research  Service].  [Revised  Sept.  I960.]  [I960.] 
[2]-f-28  p.  il.  [Reprinted  from  Home  and  garden  bulletin  1,  Family 
fare,  separate  1.]     *  Paper,  15c.  A  1.77/a :  1/3 

Production  research  reports.     •  Item  13-C  A1.84:(nos.) 

99  43.  Rice  as  crop  for  salt-affected  soil  in  process  of  reclamation  [with  list  of  litera-^. 

ture  cited;    by   George    A.   Pearson    and   Alvin  D.    Ayers].      [Nov.    I960;] 

[2]-t-13  p.  il.     (Agricultural  Research  Service.)  t 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-49 

100  47.  Estimating  cost  of  production  on  tobacco-cotton  farms  in  coastal  plain  of 

North    Carolina ;     [by    Brling    Hole    and    James    Vermeer].      [Oct.    I960.] 
20  p.  il.  4"      (Agricultural  Research  Service.)      t 
L.C.  card  61-4 

Statistical  bulletins.     •  Item  15  A  l.'M  :  (nos.) 

101  272.  Distribution  of  varieties  and  classes  of  wheat  in  United  States  in  1959 ;  [by 

L.  P.  Reitz  and  L.  W.  Briggle].      [Nov.  I960.]      [3] +  83  p.  il.  4°      (Agri- 
cultural Research  Service.)      *  Paper,  45c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  51-294 

102  275.  Livestock-production  units,  1910-58,  and  consumption  of  feed  by  livestock 

1955-58;    [by  Earl  F.   Hodges].     [Dec.   1960.]     31  p.   U.  4»     (Agricul- 
tural Research  Service.)      •  Paper,  20c. 

Technical  bulletin.     •  Item  16 

103  1225.  Chemical    composition   of   representative   grades   of   1952    and    1954    crops 

of  flue-cured  tobacco,  including  chemical  methods  [with  list  of  literature 
cited]  ;  by  Aubrey  M.  Bacot.      [Nov.  I960.]     v  +  126  p.  il.      (Agricultural 
Marketing  Service.)      *  Paper,  40c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  60-415  A  1.36 :  1225 


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Library  list. 


104  69.   Soviet  scientific  periodicals,   cover-to-cover  translations   received  in   Depart- 

ment  of   Agriculture   Library  ;   compiled  by   Leila   P.   Moran.     Nov.   1960. 
[2]  p.  4°      [Processed.]      t 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-26  A  17.17  :  69 

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ACIC  technical  report.     [Processed.] 

105  90.  Measurement  of  inks  [ink]  &  printing  qualities  ;  prepared  by  Otto  C.  Stoessel, 

jr.      [I960.]      [6]+21  p.  il.  4°     4>  Paper,  75c.  (PB  161664). 

D  301.59/2 :  90 

AFCRC  technical  note  TN  (series).  (Air  Force  Cambridge  Research 
Center,  Air  Research  and  Development  Command.)  [Processed.] 
$  ( Price  upon  application  if  not  given  in  entry ) .         D  301.45/4^2  :  ( nos. ) 

106  00-442.  See,  below,  Air  Force  surveys  in  geoptiysies. 

107  60-456.  Introduction  to  tlie  moon   [with  list  of  references  ;  by]   John  W.  Salis- 

bury.    July  1960.      [l]+i  +  .30  p.  il.  1  pi.  4"      (Research  Instrumenta- 
tion   Laboratory,    Geophysics    Research    Directorate,    AF    Cambridge 
Research    Laboratories,    Air    Force   Research    Division    (ARDC),    Bed- 
ford, Mass.) 
L.C. card  GO-64634 

AFCRC  technical  report  TR  (series).  (Air  Force  Cambridge  Research 
Center,    Air    Research    and    Development    Command.)     [Processed.] 

108  59—118.  McGill  symposium  on  microwave  optics,  collection  of  61  papers :  pt.  1, 

Microwave  optics  [with  lists  of  references],  B.  S.  Karaslk,  editor,  F.  J. 
Zucker,  editorial  advisor.  Bedford,  Mass.,  Apr.  1959  [l]+x  +  130 
p.  il.  4"  (ASTIA  document  AD  211499  ;  Electronics  Research  Direc- 
torate.) *  Paper,  ?2.75  (PB  161450).  D  301.45/4  :  59-118/pt.l 
L.C.  card  59-61750 

Air  Force  manual  AFM  (series).     •  Item  421  D  301.7:  (nos.) 

109  50-17.     See  Army  Department  Field  manual  23-35. 

110  67-1.       USAF  supply  manual:  v.  1    [Basic  AF  supply  procedures]   pt.  2,  amdt. 

84;  Jan.  2,  1961.  [I960.]  ii-f26  p.  il.  4»  [Issued  in  loose-leaf 
form.     Supersedes  Amendment  81,  Oct.  1,  1960  and  83,  Nov.  15,  i960.] 

111  Same:  v.  2   [Base  procedures],  amdt.  88.  major  procedural  change  staff  action; 

Nov.  1,  1960.      [I960.]      il+[6]  p.  4°      [Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]      t 

112  Same:  v.  3  [Depot  procedures],  amdt.  72,  major  procedural  change;  Jan.  2,  1961. 

[I960.]     ii+[28]   p.  4"     [Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]      | 

113  Same:   v.   6    [Excess  and   surplus   personal   property];   Dec.    27,   1960.      [I960.] 

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[I960.]      ii+[28]p.  4"      [Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]      J 

115  100-22.  USAF  communications-electronics  doctrine  :  Commercial  communications 

services;  Jan.  1,  1960.      [I960.]      x-fl28  p.  il.  4°      [Issued  with  per- 
forations.    Short  title  :  CBD  2200.]      *  Paper,  65c. 
L.C.  card  61-60248 

116  100—39.  Same  :    Communications-electronics   terminology,   definitions,    and   abbre- 

viations ;  July  1,  1960.      [I960.]      cover  title,  iii-v-f  747  p.  4»     [Issued 
in  loose-leaf  form.     Short  title  :  CED  3900.     Supersedes  AFM's  100- 
39  and  100-39A,  Apr.  1  and  July  20,  1959.]      *  Paper,  $3.50. 
L.C.  card  61-60249 

117  160-48.  Medical    service :    Laboratory   procedures   in    parasitology    [with   list   of 

references]  ;  Oct.  1,  1960.  [I960.]  [218]  p.  il.  4»  [Contains  copy- 
right material.  Some  of  the  illustrations  are  colored.  Issued  in 
loose-leaf  form.]     $ 

Air  Force  pamphlet  AFP   (series).  D 301.35:  (nos.) 

118  34-11-2A.  See  Armed  Forces  Information  and  Education  Office,  DOD  pamphlet 

1-14. 

119  190-1-19.    See  Armed  Forces  Information  and  Education  Office,  DOD  pamphlet 

5-8. 

120  190-3-1.       USAF  newspicture  guide.      [I960.]      [19]   p.  11.      (NAVWEPS  10-1- 

765.)     •  Item421-A    f 

Air  Force  surveys  in  geophysics.  (Geophysics  Research  Directorate,  Air 
Force  Cambridge  Research  Center,  Air  Research  and  Development 
Command,  Bedford,  Mass.)      [Processed.]     *  (Price  upon  application). 

121  125.  Extreme-value  statistics  in  meteorology,  method  of  application  [with  list  of 

references;  by]  Irving  I.  Gringorten.    June  1960.    xiii+71-f[10]  p.  11.  4° 
(AFCRC-TN-60-442,  project  8624,  task  86242;  Meteorological  Develop- 
ment Laboratory.) 
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[Air  University],  School  of  Aviation  Medicine:    [Publications].     [Proc- 
essed.]    t  D  301.26/13-2  :  (nos.) 

122  60-61.  Arterial   pressure-volume    curve   of   human    extremity   measured   in   vivo, 

effects  of  age,  arteriosclerosis,  and  oral  unsaturated  fatty  acids  [with 
list  of  references;  by]  J.  Kdwin  Wood.  Sept.  19tJ0.  [lJ-{-12  p.  il.  4" 
(Aerospace  Medical  Center   (ATC),  Brooks  Air  Force  Base,  Tex.) 

123  60-66.  Biologic  effects  of  nuclear  radiation  in  primates  [with  list  of  references  ; 

by]  Robert  W.  Zellmer,  John  E.  Pickering.    Aug.  1960.     [1]+11  p.  il.  4» 
(Aerospace  Medical  Center  (ATC),  Brooks  Air  Force  Base,  Tex.) 
L.C.  card  61-60238 

124  60-79.  Influence  of  high  altitudes  on  electrical  activity  of  heart,  electrocardio- 

graphic and  vectorcardiographic  observations  in  newborn,  infants,  and 
children  [with  list  of  references;  by]  Dante  Penaloza  [and  others]. 
Institute  of  Andean  Biology,  Faculty  of  Medicine,  Lima,  Peru.  Aug. 
1960.  [l]+20  p.  il.  4°  (Aerospace  Medical  Center  (ATC),  Brooks 
Air  Force  Base,  Tex.) 

125  60-81.  Influence  of   intermittent   exposure  to   simulated   altitude  on   organ   his- 

tology in  rats  [with  list  of  references  ;  by]  Robert  A.  Brooks,  Johnie 
L.  Reeves.  Sept.  1960.  [l]-|-8  p.  il.  4"  (Aerospace  Medical  Center 
(ATC),  Brooks  Air  Force  Base,  Tex.) 

126  60-84.  Audiologic  findings  in  an  unusual  case  of  eighth  nerve  lesion  [with  list  of 

references;  by]  James  Jerger.  Sept.  1960.  [l]+6  p.  il.  4°  (Aero- 
space Medical  Center  (ATC),  Brooks  Air  Force  Base,  Tex.) 

Alaskan  Air  Command,  Arctic  Aeromedical  Laboratory,  Ladd  Air  Force 
Base:  Technical  note  AALr-TN  (series).    [Processed.]    D  301.66:  (nos.) 

127  57-44.  Suitable  insulated  containers  for  transport  of  materials  having  critical 

thermal  tolerances  to  heat;  [by  John  R.  Cavanaugh].  July  1957. 
[4]-f  7  p.  il.  4''     (Project  7962-2.)     •l' Paper,  50c.   (PB  161974). 

128  60—10.  Determination  of  protection  afforded  by  perishable  produce  shipping  con- 

tainers;  [by  Jack  D.  Douglas].  June  1960.  [2]  leaves+8  p.  il.  4" 
*  Paper,  50c.  (PB  161975). 

129  First  international  symposium  on  cardiology  in  aviation,  conducted  at 

School  of  Aviation  Medicine,  Nov.  12-13,  1959  [articles,  with  lists  of 
references]  ;  edited  by  Lawrence  E.  Lamb.     [I960.]     [10] +430  p.  il.  4° 
(School  of  Aviation  Medicine,  Aerospace  Medical  Center  (ATC),  Brooks 
Air  Force  Base,  Tex. )    [Processed.]    $ 
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130  Human  scientific  and  technical  capabilities  at  Holloman  Air  Force  Base, 

their  origins  and  development;  by  Theodore  Saloutos.     [I960.]     [7]  + 
130  p.  4°     (Historical  Branch,  OfBce  of  Information,  Air  Force  Missile 
Development    Center,    Air    Research    and    Development    Command.) 
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131  Professional  development  and  training  opportunities   [Air  Research  and 

Development   Command].     1960.      [24]    p.    il.   4°      (Air   Research   and 
Development  Command.)      $      •  Item  422-B  D  301.45  :P  43 

132  Research  and  special  studies  progress  report;  Jan.  1,  1960.     [I960.]    cover 

title,  iii+111  p.  4°     (Air  University,  Maxwell  Air  Force  Base,  Ala.) 

[Processed.    Publishedannually  in  1  volume.]    t 

L.C.  card  50-28771  D  301.26A5 :  960 

Rome  Air  Development  Center,  RADC-TN  (series).     (Air  Research  and 
Development  Command,   Griffiss  Air  Force  Base,  N.Y.)      [Processed.] 

133  60-118.  Fuel  cell  systems    [with  bibliography ;   by]   John  E.  McCormick.     July 

1960.      [l]+iii    leaves-fl7    p.    il.    4°      (Project    5561,    task    55183.) 
*  Paper,  50c.  (PB  161972).  D  301.57/2  :  60-118 

RADC-TR  (series).     (Griffiss  Air  Force  Base,  Rome,  N.Y.)     [Proc- 
essed.] 

134  58-111.  RADC   reliability   notebook    [with    lists   of   references;   by]    Joseph    J. 

Naresky    [and   others].      [Oct.    30,    1959.]      [306]    p.    II.    4°      (ASTIA 
document  AD-148868.)      *  Paper,  $4.00    (PB  161894). 

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135  [United  States  Air  Force  and  Navy]  revision  notice  and  check  list,  flight 

information  publication  planning:  Alaska,  Canada  and  North  Atlantic. 
Nov.  20,  1960.  [32]  p.  4°  [Processed.  The  last  6  pages  intentionally 
left  blank.     Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     $  D  301.52 :  9.58/rev.-84 

136      Europe.     Nov.   1,   1960.     [3] +156  p.  il.  4°     [Processed.     Issued  in 

loose-leaf  form.]     |  D  301.52  :  958/rev.-82 

137      United   States.     Nov.  2,   1960.     [4] +76+ [2]    p.   il.   4°     [Processed. 

Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     |  D  301.52  :  958/rev.-83 

WADC  technical  reports.  (Wright  Air  Development  Center,  Air  Research 
and  Development  Command,  Wright-Patterson  Air  Force  Base,  Ohio.) 
[Processed.]  D  301.45/5  :  (nos.) 

138  57-43.     Magnetic  amplifier  circuits:  pt.  1,  Series  circuit  with  nonlinear  Inductor 

[with  bibliography  ;  by]  Amram  Raslel,  Dunham  Laboratory,  Yale 
University.  May  1959.  [l]+v-|-94  p.  11.  4°  (Flight  Control  Labo- 
ratory, contract  AF  33(616)-3391,  project  1885-50353.)  *  Paper, 
§2.50. 

139  59-44.     Simplified  electronic  tracking  apparatus  (SETA)  [with  list  of  references  ; 

by]  Peter  Gain,  Paul  M.  Fitts,  Laboratory  of  Aviation  Psychology, 
Ohio  State  University  and  OSU  Research  Foundation.  Feb.  1960. 
iv-fl2  p.  11.  4°  (Contract  AF  41(657)-70,  project  1710;  Aerospace 
Medical  Laboratory.)      <l>Paper,  50c.  (PB  161550). 

140  59-81.     Feasibility  study  and  design  of  self-attenuating  light  valve  [with  bibliog- 

raphy ;  by]  John  F.  Dreyer,  Polacoat  Incorporated,  Blue  Ash,  Ohio. 
Oct.  1959.  [l]-fiv-f  15  p.  il.  4°  (Contract  AF  33(616)-5469,  project 
7165,  task  71839  ;  Aerospace  Medical  Laboratory.)  [Title  on  cover 
reads  incorrectly :  Feasibility  study  and  design  of  self-attenuating 
lightwave.]      *  Paper,  75.  (PB  161433). 

141  59-84.     Adaptation  of  ceramic  tube  types   [with  lists  of  references ;  by]  John 

D.  Cronin,  Aerovox  Corporation.  June  1959.  [  1  ]  +  xii -f  145  p.  il.  4° 
(ASTIA  document  AD  210230 ;  Electronic  Components  Laboratory, 
contract  AF  33  (600)-33577,  project  4156.)  *  Paper,  $3.00  (PB 
151922). 

142  59—349.  Development  and  evaluation  and  structural  beryllium  [with  selected  bib- 

liography ;  by]  C.  J.  Giemza.  Apr.  1959.  [l]+ix-F60  p.  il.  4° 
(Aircraft  Laboratory  ;  project  1368,  task  13928.)  *  Paper,  $1.75  (PB 
161507). 

WADD  technical  notes.  (Wright  Air  Development  Division,  Air  Research 
and  Development  Command. )      [Processed.]  D  301.45/13  :  (nos. ) 

143  60-137.  Dimensions  of  airman  morale   [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Edward  E. 

Cureton.  June  1960.  viil  +  71-|- [4]  p.  4»  (Project,  7719,  task 
17130,  contract  AF  41(657)-247;  Personnel  Laboratory,  Lackland 
Air  Force  Base,  Tex.)      4>  (Price  upon  application). 

144  60-212.  Review  of  some  literature  on  judgment  with  implications  for  job  evalua- 

tion   [with   list   of   references]  ;   by   Joseph   M.    Madden.     Aug.    1960. 
ii-fl4-|-[4]  p.  4°      (Projects  7734,  task  17013;  Personnel  Laboratory, 
Lackland  Air  Force  Base,  Tex.)     $  (Price  upon  application). 
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145  [ATM  manual]:  Facility  operation   [effective  Dec.   1,  1960],  ATM-l-A. 

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leaf  form.  Supersedes  Office  of  Air  Traffic  Control  manual.  Facility 
operation,  ATC-l-A,  pts.  100-700,  June  1,  1957,  and  all  revisions  thereto, 
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146  National  apprenticeship  and  training  standards  for  sheet  metal  industry, 

developed  and  approved  jointly  by  Sheet  Metal  &  Air  Conditioning  con- 
tractor's National  Association,  Inc.,  and  Sheet  Metal  Workers'  Inter- 
national Association  in  cooperation  with  Bureau  of  Apprenticeship  and 
Training.  1960  edition.  [I960.]  cover  title,  vi+29  p.  il.  t  •  Item 
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147  1-14.  Military   uniforms    [manual   of   United    States   and  foreign    Armed  Forces 

uniforms,  insignia,  and  organization],  Cliauges  1  :  Aug.  29,  19G0.  [i960.] 
[28]  p.  il.  4°  ([Army  Dept.]  DA  pamplilet  1-14,  change  1;  [Navy 
Dept.]  NAVPERS  92G22,  change  1;  [Air  Force  Dept.]  AFP34-11-2A ; 
[Marine  Corps]  NAVMC  2505,  change  1.)  [Issued  in  loose-leaf  form. 
Illustrations  are  colored.]      } 

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150  Army  research  and  development,  monthly  newsmagazine  of  Office  of  Chief, 

Research  and  Development,  v.  1,  no.  1;  Dec.  1960.     [I960.]     24  p.  il.  4° 

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Field  manual  FM  (series). 

151  23-35.  Pistols  and  revolvers  [with  list  of  references]  ;  July  1960.      [I960.]     cover 

title,  157   p.  il.      (AFM  50-17.)      [Supersedes  FM   23-35/AFM  50-17. 
Feb.   26,  1953,  including  C  1,  Dec.   31,   1953.]      *  Paper,   45c. 

D  101.20  :  2.3-35/2 

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152  21-74.  Helpful  hints  for  personnel  ordered  to  U.S.  Army,  Alaska,  Changes  1 ; 

Oct.  12,  1960.      [I960.]      4  p.  narrow  12°     t 

153  21-99.  Helpful  hints  for  personnel  ordered  to  Antilles  Command,  U.S.  Army 

Caribbean.     Sept.   1960.      [2]+iii  +  20   p.  narrow,  12°     t 

154  27-101-55.  Judge  Advocate  legal  service;  Nov.  9,  1960.      [I960.]      22  p.      [Pre- 

pared  by   Judge  Advocate  General's    School.     Issued   in   loose-leaf 
form.]      t 

155  27-101-56.  Judge  Advocate  legal  service;  Nov.  23,  1960.      [I960.]      16  p.     [Pre- 

pared by  Judge  Advocate  General's   School.     Issued  in   loose-leaf 
form.]      t 

156  27-101-57.  Judge  Advocate  legal  service:  Dec.  7,  1960.      [I960.]      15  p.      [Pre- 

pared  bv   Judge  Advocate   General's    School.     Issued   in   loose-leaf 
form.]      t 

157  70-5-8.  USSR,  missiles,  rockets  and  space  effort,  bibliographic  record,  1956- 

60;    Sept.    1960.      [I960.]      cover  title,    iii  +  49   p.   il.   4°     *  Paper, 

35c 

L.C.  card  61-60234 

158  210-1.  United  States  Armv  installations  and  major  activities  in  continental 

United  States:  Nov.  1960.      [I960.]      cover  title,  ii  +  19  p.  4°     [Su- 
persedes DA  pamphlet  210-1,  May  1,  I960.]      *  Paper,  15c. 

159  355-15.  Troop  topics:  Enemy  agents  and  you.      [I960.]      cover  title,   [24]  p. 

il.  4°     [Artwork  cnntributed  by  Herb  Gardner.]     } 

160  355-120.        See  Armed  Forces  Information  and  Education  Office,  DOD  pamphlet 

1-14. 

161  355-123.        See  Armed  Forces  Information  and  Education  Office,  DOD  pamphlet 

5-8. 

162  715-50-67.  Procurement  legal  service;  Oct.   10,  1960.      £1960.]      12  p.      [Issued 

with  perforations.]     *  Paper,  10c. 

Technical   manual   TM    (series).      •  Item   329  D  101.11 :  (nos.) 

163  5-5850-201-15.     Operator,   organizational   field   and   depot   maintenance  manual 

including  repair  parts  and  special  tool  lists,  metascopo,  image, 
infrared  (Polan  model  P-141)  FSN  5850-560-0110  [with  list 
of  references;  Sept.  9,  I960].  Sept.  1960.  cover  title,  112 
p.  il.  small  4°     [Text  on  p.  2  of  cover.]     J 

164  11-5,840-217-35.  Field   and   depot   maintenance   manual,    radar   set    AN/TPS-25 

[with  list  of  references;  Mav   5,   I960].     May   1960.     cover 
title,  441  p.  il.,  30  pi.  30  p.  of  pi.  4°     t 
L.C.  card  60-64668 

165  57-210.  Air    movement   of   troops    and    equipment    [with   list   of   refer- 

ences] ;  Oct.  1960.     [I960.]     cover  title,  179  p.  il.  4°     [Issued 
with  perforations.     Supersedes  TM  57-210,  Feb.  1,  1957,  and 
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AEC  research   reports.  TS.At  7  :  22/(nos.) 

AEC-tr-3875.  Pressure  loss  and  heat  transfer  for  turbulent  flow  [with  list  of 
literature]  ;  by  Rudolph  Koch.  Sept.  1960.  cover  title,  11+ 
135  p.  il.  4°  [Processed.  Translated  by  Technical  Library 
Research  Service.]    <i>  Paper,  $2.50. 

Atom  bomb  shelter,  by  Pierre  Zeissier  ;  [translated  by  U.S.  Joint 
Publications  Research  Service,  New  York.]  [Sept.  I960.] 
cover  title,  19  p.  4"    [Processed.]     4>  Paper,  50c. 

Specification  for  blastproof  shelters.  Sept.  1960.  cover  title, 
53  p.  il.  4°  [Processed.  Translated  by  Joint  Publications 
Research  Service.]     "t  Paper,  ,$1.25. 

Specification  for  radiation-proof  shelters.  [Oct.  I960.]  cover 
title,  25  p.  il.  4"  [Processed.  Translated  by  Joint  Publica- 
tions Research  Service.]    ^  Paper,  50c. 

Preliminary  procedure  for  installation  of  ventilating  systems 
during  reconditioning  of  protective  bunkers.  [Oct.  I960.] 
cover  title,  16  p.  3°  [Processed.  Translated  by  Joint  Pub- 
lications Research  Service.]     <I>  Paper,  50c. 

Provisional  specifications  for  installation  of  electric  high-  and 
low-current  systems  in  reconditioning  work  on  protective 
bunkers.  Sept.  1960.  cover  title,  42  p.  4"  [Processed. 
Translated  by  Joint  Publications  Research  Service.]  *  Paper, 
$1.00. 

Provisional  specifications  for  consolidation  work  in  recondi- 
tioning of  protective  bunkers.  Sept.  1960.  cover  title,  21 
p.  4°  [Processed.  Translated  by  Joint  Publications  Re- 
search Service.]     *  Paper,  50e. 

Preliminary  directives  concerning  water  supply  and  dewater- 
ing  in  reconditioning  of  protection  bunkers.  [Oct.  I960.] 
cover  title,  12  p.  4"  [Processed.  Translated  by  Joint  Publi- 
cations Research  Service.]     "P  Paper,  50c. 

On  vacuum  hot  pressing  of  high  grade  beryllia  [with  list  of 
references]  :  by  Katsuzo  Kida  [and  others].  [Sept.  I960.] 
cover  title,  20  p.  il.  4"  [Processed.  Translated  In  Japan 
from  Nihon-Genshiryoku-Gakkai  Shi  (Journal  of  Atomic 
Energy  Society  of  Japan)  1,  259-71  (1959)  through  coopera- 
tion of  USAEC  scientific  representative,  Tokyo.]  *  Paper, 
50c. 

Instability  of  induction  (theta)  pinch  [with  list  of  references]  ; 
by  I.  F.  Kvartskava,  K.  N.  Kervalidze,  Yu.  S.  Gvaladze  [Oct. 
I960.]  cover  title,  19  p.  il.  4°  [Processed.  Translated  at 
Project    Matterhorn,    Princeton    University.]      4>  Paper,    50c. 

Radiohydrogeologv  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  A.  N.  Tokarev, 
A.  V.  Shcherbakov.  [July  I960.]  cover  title,  vi  +  346  p. 
il.  4"  [Processed.  Translated  by  Joint  Publications  Re- 
search Service.]      <I>  Paper,  $4.50. 

Rolling  of  uranium  sheet  and  its  properties,  studies  on  uranium 
fuel  element  (2)  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Kyoaki  Take- 
tani,  Yoshikata  Sasaki,  jMasayoshi  Knihara.  [Sept.  I960.] 
cover  title,  17  p.  il.  4"  [Processed.  Transhitpd  from  Nihon- 
Genshiryoku-Gakkai  Shi  (Journal  of  Atomic  Energy  Society 
of  Japan)  v.  1,  no.  5,  1959  through  cooperation  of  AEC 
scientific  representative,  Tokyo,  with  permission  of  pub- 
lisher.]     *  Paper.  50c. 

Investigation  of  interaction  of  electron  beam  with  plasma 
[with  bibliography]  ;  bv  I.  F.  Kharchenko  [and  others]. 
[Sept.  I960.]  cover  title,  [l]-fl6  p.  il.  4"  [Processed. 
Translated  by  Joint  Publications  Research  Service.] 
<1>  Paper,  50c. 

On  viscosity  of  liquid  metals  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  A.  M. 
Korol'kov.  [Oct.  1900.]  cover  title,  5  p.  il.  4°  [Proc- 
essed. Translated  by  Joint  Publications  Research  Service.] 
<I>  Paper,  50c. 

Heat  engineering  and  hydrodynamics  [articles,  with  bibliog- 
raphies] ;  edited  by  M.  A.  Styrikovich.  G.  E.  Kholodovskii, 
M.  S.  Fomichev.  [Sept.  I960.]  cover  title,  iii  leaves  +  94 
p.  il.  4"      [Processed.]      <i>  Paper,  $2.25. 

Radiological  assessment  and  recovery  of  contaminated  areas 
[with  list  of  references  ;  by]  Carl  F.  Miller.  Sept.  28.  1960. 
cover  title.  68  p.  il.  4°  (Civil  effects  exercise.  Civil  Effects 
Test  Operations;  [U.S.  Naval  Radiological  Defense  Lab- 
oratory, San  Francisco,  Calif.,  Mar.  195S]).  [Processed.] 
*  Paper,  75c. 

Intermediate  image  pair  spectrometer  measurements  of  electro- 
magnetic radiations  from  some  light  nuclei  [with  list  of 
references]  ;  by  Karl  Erik  Eklund.  May  12,  19G0.  cover 
title,  vii  +  112  p.  il.  4°  (Department  of  Physics,  Columbia 
University,  New  York,  N.Y.)      [Processed.]      *  Paper,  $2.50. 


AEC-tr-3892. 


AEC-tr-3893. 


AEC-tr-4065. 


AEC-tr-4072. 


AEC-tr-4100. 


AEC-tr-4172. 


AEC-tr-4181. 


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AEC-tr-4206. 


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184  CU(PNPL)-201.     Nuclear  electric  monoiiole  transitions  In  0«   Ca«  Ge^s  and  Zr*> 

Lwith  list  of  references]  ;  by  Michael  Nessin.  May  18,  1960. 
cover  title,  iii-j-93  p.  il.  4"  (Department  of  Physics,  Co- 
lumbia University,  New  York,  N.Y.  [Processed.]  *  Paper, 
$2.25. 

185  DASA-1180.  Determination   of  internally   deposited   radioactive  Isotopes   in 

Marshallese  people  by  excretion  analysis  [with  bibliography  ; 
byj  Kent  T.  "Woodward  [and  others].  [I960.]  [3] +8  + 
[11]  p.  il.  4°  (Division  of  Nuclear  Medicine,  Walter  Reed 
Army  Institute  of  Kesearch,  Washington  12,  D.C.)  [Proc- 
essed.]     *  Paper,  50c. 

186  GEAP-S228  (rev.  1).  Performance,  2  phase  pressure  drop,  burnout,  and  hydraulic 

oscillation  of  inclined  test  section  with  net  steam  generation 
at  1000  psia  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  S.  Levy,  C.  L. 
Swan.  Aug.  15,  1959.  [2] +25  p.  il.  4»  (Atomic  Power 
Equipment  Department,  General  Electric  Company,  San 
Jose,  Calif.)      [Processed.]      <I>  Paper,  50c. 

187  GEAP-3319.  Superheat  process  tube  heat  transfer   tests  nuclear  superheat 

project;    by   E.   Janssen.     Jan.   5,   1960.      [3] +27   p.   il.   4" 
(Atomic    Power    Equipment    Department,    General    Electric 
Company,   San   Jose,   Calif.)      [Processed.]      4>  Paper,   75c. 
ISS  GEAP-3332.  Preparation  of  self  bonded  borides    [with  list  of  references]  ; 

by  Earl  W.  Hoyt,  Juan  Chorne.  June  6,  1960.  [3] +15 
p.  il.  4°  (Vallecitos  Atomic  Laboratory,  General  Electric 
Company,    Pleasanton,    Calif.)      [Processed.]      4>  Paper,    50c. 

189  GEAP-3344.  ^Method  for  comparative  evaluation  of  reactor  control  materials 

[with  list  of  references]  ;  by  T.  J.  Pashos,  G.  D.  Ritland, 
J.  L.  Russell,  jr.  Apr.  13,  1960.  [2] +1  +  13  p.  il.  4° 
(Atomic  Power  Equipment  Department,  General  Electric 
(Company,  San  Jose,  Calif.)      [Processed.]     *  Paper,  50c. 

190  GEAP-3347.  Fast  oxide  breeder,  stress  considerations  in  fuel  rod  design  [with 

bibliography]  ;  by  K.  M.  Horst.  Mar.  28,  1960.  cover  title, 
iv+31  p.  il.  4"  (Atomic  Power  Equipment  Department, 
General  Electric  Company,  San  Jose,  Calif.)  [Processed.] 
•!>  Paper,  75c. 

191  GEAP-3387.  Nuclear  superheat  project  fabrication,  irradiation  and  evalua- 

tion of  superheat  fuel  element  SH-1  and  SH-2  ;  by  E.  A. 
Lees,  R.  F.  Boyle,  C.  N.  Spalaris.  Apr.  7,  1960.  iii+[36] 
p.  il.  4°  (Atomic  Power  Equipment  Department,  General 
Electric  Company,  San  Jose,  Calif.)  [Processed.]  *  Paper, 
§1.00. 

192  GEAP-3395.  Survey  of  new  cadmium  materials  for  possible  reactor  applica- 

tion, technical  report  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  S.  Siegel. 
Apr.  1,  1960.  [2]+iii+19  p.  4°  (Vallecitos  Atomic  Labora- 
tory, Atomic  Power  Equipment  Department,  General  Electric 
Company,  Pleasanton,   Calif.)       [Processed.]      <l>  Paper,   50c. 

193  GXEC-131.  Nuclear  superheat  development  program,  3d  quarterly  progress 

report,  Jan.-Mar.  1960.  Sept.  1960.  cover  title,  viii+123 
p.  il.  4"  (Combustion  Engineering,  Inc.,  Windsor,  Conn.,  and 
General  Nuclear  Engineering  Corporation,  Dunedin,  Fla.) 
[Processed.]     *  Paper,  ?2. 50. 

194  HASI^90.  Summary  of  available  data  on  strontium  90  content  of  foods 

and  of  total  diets  in  United  States  ;  prepared  by  John  H. 
Harley  and  Joseph  Rivera.  Aug.  18,  1960.  iii+24+[45] 
leaves,  il.  4"  (Health  and  Safety  Laboratory,  New  Yorli 
Operations  OflSce. )  [Processed.  Errata,  1  p.  oblong  24", 
was  issued  also.]     | 

195  HASIj-93.  Summary    of  gummed   film   results    [in   measuring   radioactive 

fallout]  through  Dec.  1959  [with  bibliography  ;  prepared  by] 
John  H.  Harley,  Naomi  A.  Hallden,  Long  D.  Y.  Ong.  Sept.  5, 
19()0.  iv+44  leaves+[280]  p.  il.  4°  (New  York  Operations 
Office.  Health  and  Safety  Laboratory.)  [Processed.] 
*  Paper,  $3.50. 

196  HASL-95.  Fallout  program,  quarterly  summary  report,   (June  1,-Sept.  1, 

1960)  [with  bibliography]  ;  prepared  by  Edward  P.  Hardy, 
jr.,  Joseph  Rivera,  RoDert  FrankeL  Oct.  1,  1960.  [1]  + 
vii+210  p.  il.  4"  (Health  and  Safety  Laboratory,  New  York 
Operating  Office.)     [Processed.]    *  Paper,  $3.00. 

197  ITR-1193.  Operation  teapot,  Nevada  test  site  Feb.-May  1955  :  project  85.2, 

Effects  of  nuclear  explosion  on  commercial  communications 
equipment  [with  bibliography;  by  Raymond  H.  Williamson]. 
[May  1955.]  cover  title,  64  p.  il.  4"  (Civil  Effects  Test 
Group.)      [Processed.     Preliminary  report.]     4>  Paper,  $1.50. 

198  MATT-14.  Electron  gun  measurements  in  stellarator  with  helical  stabiliz- 

ing windings  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  M.  S.  Jones,  jr.. 
G.  Hess,  L.  G.  Smith.  July  21,  1959.  [2]+iii  +  23  p.  11.  4° 
(Project  Matterhorn,  Princeton  University,  Princeton,  N.J.) 
[Processed.]    *  Paper,  75c. 


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199  MATT-44.  Effect  of  rotation  on  stabilized  pinch  [with  list  of  references]  ; 

by  Agnar  Pytte.  June  1960.  [2]H-ii+7  p.  4°  (Project 
Matterhorn,  Princeton  University,  Princeton,  N.J.)  [Proc- 
essed.]   *  Paper,  50c. 

200  MND-M-1816.        PM-1    nuclear    power   plant   program,    oth   quarterly   progress 

report,  Mar.  1-May  31,  1960  ;  by  P.  Hlttman.  July  5,  1960. 
cover  title,  xxiv+[175]  p.  il.  4»  (Nuclear  Division,  Martin 
Company,   Baltimore,    [Md.].      [Proccsesd.]      *  Paper,  $3.00. 

201  MND-P-2373.         13-watt  curium  fueled   thermo-electric   generator  for    6-month 

space  mission,  final  report,  subtaslc  .^.8  [with  list  of  refer- 
ences] ;  by  J.  Bloom.  July  1960.  cover  title,  ix-f  294-[17] 
p.  il.  4°      (Martin  Company,  Baltimore,  Md.)      [Processed.] 

*  Paper,  $1.25. 

202  NMI-1216.  Technical  progress  report  to  AEC  reactor  division  for  period 

ending  June  30,  1959  ;  July  21,  1960.  Sept.  1960.  cover 
title,  156  p.  il.  4°  (Nuclear  Metals,  Incorporated,  Concord, 
Mass.)     [Processed.]    *  Paper,  $2.75. 

203  NMI-1222.  Texture  of  extruded  zirconium  and  zircaloy-2  tubing  [with  list 

of  references]  ;  by  V.  Nerses.  July  11,  1960.  35  p.  il.  4» 
(Nuclear  Metals,  Inc.,  Concord,  Mass.)  [Processed.] 
<!>  Paper,  75c. 

204  NMI-1236.  Fabrication  development  of  beryllium-clad  uranium-3.8%    sili- 

con, uranium-10%  molybdenum,  and  uranium-uranium  mono- 
carbide  cermets  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  J.  Greenspan. 
Aug.  30,  1950.  cover  title,  p.  3-71,  il.  4°  (Nuclear  Metals, 
Inc.,  Concord,  Mass.)      [Processed.]     *  Paper,  $1.75. 

205  NMI-1242.  Deformation    modes    of    single    crystal    uranium    dioxide    from 

700°  C  to  1900°  C  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  E.  J.  Rapper- 
port,  A.  M.  Huntress.  Aug.  24,  1960.  cover  title,  29  p.  il. 
4"  (Nuclear  Metals,  Inc.,  Concord,  Mass.)  [Processed.] 
<I>  Paper,  75c. 

206  NMI-9800.  Study  of  gases  in  metals,  literature  survey  [with  bibliography]  ; 

by  J.  P.  Pemsler.     Aug.  17,  1959.     51  p.  il.  4°     [Processed.] 

*  Paper,  $1.00. 

207  NYO-2689.  Nuclear  fuel  research  fuel  cycle  development  program,  quarterly 

progress  report  Apr.  1-June  30,  1960  [articles].  July  27, 
1900.  cover  title,  iii  +  22  p.  il.  4°  (Metallurgical  Labora- 
tories [Olin  Mathieson  Chemical  Corporation,  New  Haven, 
Conn.])      [Processed.]      <J>  Paper,  50c. 

208  NYO-7687.  Natural  alpha  radioactivity  in  medium-heavy  elements  [thesis, 

with  bibliography]  ;  by  Ronald  D.  Macfarlane.  May  28, 
1959.  cover  title,  [1] -f  xiii-|-161  p.  il.  4»  (Carnegie  In- 
stitute of  Technology,  Department  of  Chemistry,  Pittsburgh, 
Pa.)      [Processed.]      *  Paper,  $2.75. 

209  ORINS-36.  Linear  scanner  in  clinical  studies   [with  list  of  references]  ;  by 

Felix  Pircher  [and  others].  Aug.  1960.  [2] +iii-Fl-3a, 
4-37  p.  il.  4°  (Oak  Ridge  Institute  of  Nuclear  Studies,  Inc., 
Oak   Ridge,   Tenn.)      [Processed.]      *  Paper,   $1.00. 

210  ORINS-38.  ORINS   human    radiation   counters,    preliminary    report    [with 

annotated  bibliography]  ;  by  Marshall  Brucer.  July  1960. 
cover  title,  v-f  140  p.  il.  4»  (Oak  Ridge  Institute  of  Nuclear 
Studies,  Inc.,  Oak  Ridge,  Tenn.)  [Processed.]  *  Paper, 
$1.50. 

211  RME-4526.  Reconnaissance  for  uranium  in  Salamanca  area.  Province  of 

Coquimbo,  Chile  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Paul  H. 
Knowles  [and  others].  July  1958.  [2] +  14  p.  11.  4» 
(Division  of  Raw  Materials.)  [Processed.  Prepared  in  co- 
operation with  Instituto  de  Investigaciones  GeolOgicas  de 
Chile.]      *  Paper,  50c. 

212  TEI-759.  Ground  water  in  Oak  Spring  formation  and  hydrologic  effects 

of  underground  nuclear  explosions  at  Nevada  test  site  [with 
list  of  references  cited]  ;  bv  Alfred  Clebsch,  jr.  Apr.  1960. 
[2] +29  p.  il.  4»  (Geological  Survey,  Washington,  D.C.) 
[Processed.  Slightly  modified  from  paper  read  at  Geological 
Society  of  America  annual  meeting,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.,  Nov.  2, 
1959.]      *  Paper,  75c. 

213  TID^85    (2d  rev.,  suppl.).  Report  number  series  used  by  Office  of  Technical  In- 

formation in  cataloging  reports,  report  numbering  system  ; 
compiled  by  Frances  E.  Stratton.  Aug.  1960.  cover  title, 
ii  +  23p.  4°      [Processed.]      <I>  Paper,  50c. 

214  TID-3531    (1st  rev.).  Toxicity  and  hazards  of  beryllium  and  rocket  propellants, 

literature  search  ;  compiled  bv  William  E.  Bost.  Oct.  1960. 
[2]  +20  p.  40      [Processed.]     *  Paper,  50c. 

215  TID-3701.  Informal  listing  of  bibliographies  of  atomic  energy  literature, 

bibliographies  issued  or  in  progress,  Aug.-Sept.  1960. 
[I960.]  cover  title,  [2] +18  p.  4°  (Informal  supplement 
6  to  TID-3043,  rev.  1,  suppl.  1 ;  Office  of  Technical  Informa- 
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Selected  list  of  references  ou  marine  and  aquatic  radioblology  ; 
compiled  by  A.  W.  Klement,  jr.,  I.  E.  Wallen.  May  20,  1960. 
[2] +42  p.  4°  (Division  of  Biology  and  Medicine.)  [Proc- 
essed.]     *  Paper.  .iJl.OO. 

Selected  bibliojcraphy  of  physico-chemical  properties  in  liquid 
ammonia  and  related  solvents  ;  by  R.  F.  Sankuer,  J.  L.  Dye. 
Oct.  1,  1959.  cover  title,  96  p.  4°  (Michigan  State  Univer- 
sity, East  Lansing,  Mich.)      [Processed.]     *  Paper,  $2.00. 

Marine  sciences  research.  Division  of  Biology  and  Medicine. 
Jan.  1960.  cover  title,  [l]+40  p.  4°  [Processed.  Illus- 
tration ou  cover.]  i-  Paper,  50c. 
rev.).  Subject  scope  and  literature  coverage  of  Nuclear  science 
abstracts.  Sept.  1960.  cover  title,  iii  +  56  p.  [Proc- 
essed.]    t 

Basic  studies  in  heat  transfer  and  fluid  flow,  quarterly  progress 
report  for  period  Apr.  1-June  30,  1960  [with  bibliography]  ; 
by  T.  Diskind  [and  others].  [I960.]  cover  title,  88  p.  il. 
4"  [Engineerinsr  Research  Laboratories.  Columbia,  Univer- 
sity, New  York,  N.Y.)      [Processed.]     <I>  Paper,  $2.00. 

Study  of  industrial  potential  of  radioisotopic  methods  in  syn- 
thetic detergent  and  soap  industry,  final  report  Mar.  1-Nov. 
30,  1959  [with  bibliography  on  applications  of  radioisotopes 
to  soap  and  detergent  manufacturing  industry]  :  by  Charles 
W.  Stanley.  Sept.  1960.  cover  title,  iv  +  52  p.  IL  4°  (Mid- 
west Research  Institute,  Kansas  City,  Mo.)  [Processed.] 
*  Paper,  $1.25. 

Low  noise  amjilifiers  for  use  with  solid  state  detectors  [with 
list  of  references].  Aug.  1960.  cover  title,  ii+[34]  p.  11. 
4"  (Oak  Ridge  National  Laboratory,  Union  Carbide  Nuclear 
Company,  Oak  Ridge,  Tenn.,  and  Office  of  Technical  Infor- 
mation   Extension.)      [Processed.]      *  Paper,    50c. 

Tables  of  ionization  potentials  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by 
Robert  W.  Kiser.  June  20.  1960.  cover  title,  iv+[204] 
p.  4"  (Department  of  Chemistry,  Kansas  State  University, 
Manhattan.  Kans. )      [Processed.]      4>  Paper,  $3.00. 

Effects  of  intense  gamma  irradiation  on  electric  breakdown  in 
helium,  final  report  [with  list  of  references]  :  by  Harlan  C. 
Shaw.  [Mar.  18.  I960.]  [3]-|-27  p.  il.  4°  (Tracerlab, 
Inc.,  Richmond.  Calif.)      [Processed.]      *  Paper,  75c. 

Radioactive  fallout  from  nuclear  detonations  of  Feb.  and  Apr. 
1960  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Alfred  W.  Klement,  jr. 
June  24,  1960.  cover  title,  [l]-f  13  p.  4°  (Fallout  Studies 
Branch,  Division  of  Biology  and  IMedicine,  AEC,  Washington, 
D.C.)  [Processed.]  *  Paper,  50c. 
1).  High  temperature  thermometry  seminar,  held  Oct.  1-2,  1959, 
at  Oak  Ridge  National  Laboratory  [articles,  with  lists  of 
references  ;  edited  by  W.  R.  Grimes  and  D.  R.  Cuneo].  [Aug. 
I960.]  cover  title,  vi  +  171  p.  il.  4°  [Processed.]  *  Paper, 
$1.80. 

AEC-EURATOM  Conference  on  aqueous  corrosion  of  reactor 
materials,  Brussels,  Belgium,  Oct.  14-17,  1959,  [papers, 
with  bibliographies].  [July  I960.]  cover  title,  iv-|-465  p. 
11.  4°     *  Paper,  $4.75. 

USAEC  conference  on  status  of  radiation  effects  research  on 
structural  materials  and  implications  to  reactor  design,  held 
at  Chicago,  111.,  Oct.  15-16,  1959  [papers,  with  lists  of  ref- 
erences]. [Oct.  I960.]  v-1-306  p.  11.  4°  [Processed.  Se- 
ries designation  appears  on  cover  only.]      4>  Paper,  $4.00. 

Fossil  fuels  in  future  [with  lists  of  references  ;  by  Milton  F. 
Searl.  Oct.  1960.  [1] +iii-f  63  p.  4°  (Office  of  Operations 
Analysis    and   Forecasting.)      [Processed.]      *  Paper,    75c. 

Thermoelectric  nuclear  fuel  element,  quarterly  progress  report, 
Jan.-Mar.  1960 ;  [by]  W.  P.  Blankenship.  P.  V.  Mitchell, 
S.  W.  Sandherg.  Apr.  10,  1960.  [2]  -f-iv-fSS  p  11  4°  [Proc- 
essed.]     <I>  Paper,  $1.50. 

Thermoelectric  nuclear  fuel  element,  quarterly  progress  report, 
Apr.-June  I960:  bv  W.  P.  Blankenship  [and  others].  July 
10,  1900.  [2]+iii  +  49  p.  il.  4»  (Atomic  Power  Depart- 
ment, Westinghouse  Electric  Corporation,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.) 
[Processed.]      *  Paper,  $1.25. 

Operation  Plumbbob.  Nevada  test  site,  May-Get.  1957  [report 
to  test  director]  civil  effects  test  group  :  Project  30.5,  Instru- 
mentation of  structures  for  air-blast  and  ground-shock  ef- 
fects [with  one  reference;  by  J.  J.  Meszaros  and  others]. 
Oct.  18,  1960.  cover  title,  p.  3-75,  II.  4°  ([Ballistic  Re- 
search Laboratories,  Aberdeen  Proving  Ground,  Md.]) 
[Processed.]      *  Paper,  $1.75. 

Operation  Plumbbob,  Nevada  test  site,  May-Oct.  1957  [report 
to  test  director],  civil  effects  test  group.  Project  34.2,  Com- 
parison test  of  reinforcing  steels  [with  list  of  references  ; 
by  R.  H.  Carlson  and  J.  P.  Murtha].  Sept.  27.  1960.  cover 
title,  3-108  p.  il.  4"      [Processed.]      *  Paper,  $2.25. 

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234  YAEC-186.  Semi-annual  progress  report,  Jan   1-June  30,  1960  ;  by  H.  B. 

Walchli.  Aug.  15,  1960.  cover  title,  26  p.  il.  4°  (Atomic 
Power  Department,  Westinghouse  Electric  Corporation, 
Pittsburgh,  Pa.)      [Processed.]      <l>  Paper,  50c. 

235  Remarks  by  John  A.  McCone,  chairman,  Atomic  Energy  Commission,  pre- 

pared for  delivery  at  dedication  of  Dresden  Nuclear  Power  Plant,  Com- 
monwealth Edison  Company,  Morris,  111.,  Oct.  12,  1960.  [I960.]  6 
leaves,  4°    [Processed.    Accompanied  by  Summary,  2  leaves,  4°]    t 

Y  3.At  7  :  34  M  13/16 
Safety  and  fire  protection  bulletin. 

236  6.   Shipping   of   radioactive   material    at   National    Reactor   Testing   Station ;    by 

Ralph  V.  Batie,  and  D.  E.  Patterson.     Revised  Oct.  1960.      [I960.]      v  +  52 
p.    il.      (Idaho    Operations    Office,    Safety    and    Fire    Protection    Branch.) 
*  Paper,  45c.      •  Item  1052-A 
L.C.  card  61-60169  Y  3.At  7  :  3/6/rev. 

BUSINESS  AND  DEFENSE  SERVICES  ADMINISTRATION, 
Commerce  Dept. 

Area  development  aid  :  Area  trend  series.    •  Item  130-B 

237  5.  Diversification    of   manufacturing    employment    for    States    and    metropolitan 

areas,  research  tool  for  State  and  metropolitan  economic  development  and 
planning  agencies,  analysis  of  diversification  indexes  of  States  and  172 
standard  metropolitan  statistical  areas  based  on  special  tabulation  of  1954 
and  1947  censuses  of  manufactures  ;  by  Roger  A.  Prior  and  Murray  D.  Dessel. 
1960.  vi4-21  p.  11.  40  (Office  of  Area  Development.)  ♦  Paper,  25c. 
L.C.   card   60-64727  C  41.89  :  5 

238  Bureau  of  Ships,  shop  practice  suggestions,  no.  2;  Nov.  1960.     [I960.] 

cover  title,  [l]+22  p.  il.  4°  (Oflice  of  Technical  Services.)  [Processed. 
Reprinted  from  Bureau  of  Ships  journal.]     *  Paper,  50c.  (PB  171024). 

C  41.95 : 2 

239  Chinese  Communist  development  of  teleprinter  and  facsimile  equipment. 

[June  10,   I960.]      [12]-f  iii-|-10  p.  il.  4°     [Processed.]     *  Paper,  75c. 

(60-21917). 

L.C.  card  61-60242  C  41.2 :  T  23 

240  Chinese  Communist  weather  control  experiments.    [Aug.  21,  1959.]     [l]+v 

4-8  p.  4°    [Processed.]    *  Paper,  50c.  (60-21921).  C  41.22  :W  37 

Commercial  standard  CS  (series).  (Office  of  Technical  Services,  Com- 
modity Standards  Division.)  [Prepared  with  cooperation  of  National 
Bureau  of  Standards.]     •  Item  243  C  41.25  :  (nos.) 

241  202.         Errata,  Industrial  lifts  and  hinged  loading  ramps.     Nov.  1,  1960.     1  p. 

[Processed.]     t 

242  230-60.  Vinyl  plastic  weatherstrip,  recorded  voluntary  standard  of  trade   [effec- 

tive Oct.  1,  I960].     [I960.]     14p.il.    *  Paper,  10c. 

Community  development  series. 

243  1.  Community  attack  on  chronic  unemployment,  Hazleton,  Pa.,  case  study  [with 

bibliography  by  John  R.  Fernstrom.     June  1960.     vi+56  p.  il.      (Office  of 

Area  Development.)     ♦  Paper,  25c.     ©  Item  215-P 

L.C.  card  60-64655  C  41.97  :  1 

244  Controlled  thermonuclear  research  in  USSR  [with  bibliography;  July  16, 

1959].     [I960.]     vi-f  12-I-44A  p.  4°     [Processed.]     $  Paper,  $1.75   (60- 

21925). 

L.C.  card  61-60245  C  41.22  :T  34 

245  Directory  of  foreign  manufacturers  of  farm  machinery  and  equipment, 

guide  to  export  opportunities  in  raw  materials  and  component  parts; 
[prepared  by  Franklin  M.  Johnson].     [Aug.  1900.]     v-1-70  p.  4°     (Agri- 
cultural  Construction,   Mining,    and   Oil   Field    Equipment  Division.) 
[Processed.]    t  Paper,  $3.00. 
L.C.  card  61-60215  C  41.6/9  :F  22 

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January  1961 

246  Directory  of  National  Associations  of  Businessmen  1960 ;  by  Jay  Judkins. 

1960.     iv+81  p.  4"     1960.      (Office  of  Technical   Services.)      [Supple- 
ments basic  directory  of  1949,  National  Associations  of  United  States.] 
*  Paper,  50c.    •  Item  271 
L.C.  card  61-60113  C  41.22 :  As  7/960 

[Economic  report]  ER- (series).    [Processed.]    t 

247  60-1.  Construction  industry,  outlook  for  1961  and  review  of  1960.     [I960.]     5+ 

Ll]   leaves,  4»  C  41.42  :  60-1 

24S      Electron  tubes  and   semiconductors,   production,   consumption,  trade,  se- 
lected foreign  countries ;    [prepared  by  Ruth  L.  Cannon  and  Allan  S. 
Anderson].     [Sept.  I960.]     iv+37  p.  4"     *  Paper,  30c.     •  Item  215 
L.C.  card  60-61556  C  41.2  :  E  1 2/8 

249  Major  household  appliances,  production,  consumption,  trade,  selected  for- 

eign countries ;  [prepared  by  Mary  A.  Chorba].     [I960.]    v-|-149  p.  11.  4° 

(Consumer  Durable  Goods  Division.)     *  Paper,  75c.     •  Item  215 

L.C.  card  60-60097  C  41.2 :  Ap  5 

250  Soviet  microbiological  research  utilizing  radiation  and  ultrasonic  tech- 

niques.    May  15,  1959.     [l]-l-v-|-15  p.  4°     [Processed.]     *  Paper,  50c. 

(60-21924). 

L.C.  card  61-60244  0  41.22 :  So  8/3 

251  Soviet  research  and  development  in  mass  transfer  chemical  engineering 

unit  operations  [with  lists  of  references].    Mar.  1,  1960.     [l]-|-iii-f-109 

p.  4°     (PAL  60-16.)      [Processed.]     $  Paper,  $2.50  (60-21918) 

L.C.  card  61-60240  C  41.22:0  42/2 

252  Soviet  research  in  acetylene  chemistry.     [Apr.  30,  1959.]     [l]-|-v+5  p.  4° 

[Processed.]     *  Paper,  50c.  (60-21920). 

L.C.  card  61-60246  C  41.22 :  So  8 

253  Soviet  solid  state  physics.     [June  22,  1959.]      [l]+iii-|-3  p.  4°     (Office  of 

Technical  Services.)      [Processed.]     $  Paper,  50c.  (60-21923). 

L.C.  card  61-60243  C  41.22 :  So  8/2 

254  Status  of  electronics  research  and  development  in  Communist  China  (semi- 

conductor devices  and  transistors).     [Aug.  3,  1959.]      [6]-|-28  p.  il.  4' 

[Processed.]     <i>  Paper,  75c.  (60-21919) . 

L.C.  card  61-60241  C  41.22:  El  2/2 

255  World  survey  of  motion  picture  theater  facilities;  [prepared  by  Earl  H. 

Young].  Oct.  1960.  5  p.  4°  (Scientific,  Motion  Picture,  and  Photo- 
graphic Products  Division.)  [Processed.]  *  Paper,  10c.  •Item  215 
L.C.  card^l-60236  C  41.2 :  M  85/3 

BUSINESS  ECONOMICS  OFFICE,  Commerce  Dept. 

256  Income  in  Alaska,  supplement  to  Survey  of  current  business ;  by  Robert  E. 

Graham,  jr.  [June  I960.]  viii-|-35  p.  11.  4"  *  Paper,  35c.  •  Item  228 
L.C.  card  60-64732  C  43.8/3:  Alls 

257  U.S.  business  investments  in  foreign  countries  supplement  to  Survey  of 

current  business  ;  by  Samuel  Pizer  &  Frederick  Cutler.     [I960.]     vi-|-147 

p.  il.  4°     *  Paper,  $1.00.     •  Item  228 

L.C.  card  61-60124  C  43.8/3 :  In  8 

CENSUS  BUREAU,  Commerce  Dept. 

258  Announcement  and  order  form,  1958  census  of  manufactures,  final  industry 

reports  series  MC5S(2).  [I960.]  [8]  p.  narrow  8°  (Form  18-91, 
11-4-60.)      [Processed.]     f  0  3.24/10:958-3 

259  Announcement  and  order  form,  1958  census  of  mineral  industries,  final 

industry  reports,  series  MIC58(1).  [Nov.  10,  I960.]  [6]  p.  narrow  8° 
(Form  18-92.)     [Processed.]     t  0  3.216/6:958-2 

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Government  Publications 

260  Announcement  and  order  form,  1960  census  of  population,  final  reports, 

series  PC(1)-B,  general  population  characteristics,  announcement  no. 
4P.  [Oct.  10,  I960.]  [8]  p.  narrow  8"  (Form  60-01-95.)  [Proc- 
essed.]    t  C  3.223/3 :  960/4P 

1958  census  of  business :  Central  business  district  statistics  [standard 
metropolitan  statistical  area  reports]  BCGS-CBD  (series).  [Preprint 
from  V.  7,  Central  business  district  report.]  C3./13 :  958/(nos.) 

261  8.     Birmingham,  Ala.,  area.     Revised    [edition].      [I960.]      18  p.  il.   4°      [Proc- 

essed.]     t  Paper,  25e. 

262  14.  Chattanooga,    Tenn.-Ga.,    area.     Revised    [edition].      [I960.]     18    p.    il.    4° 

[Processed.]      f  Paper,  25c. 

263  42.  Little  Rock-North  Little  Rock,  Ark.,  area.     [I960.]     18  p.  il.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  25c. 

264  50.  Montgomery,  Ala.,  area.     [I960.]     18  p.  il  4°     [Processed.]     t  Paper,  25c. 

Retail  trade  [area  reports]  B058-RA  (series).     [Preprint  from  v.  2, 

Retail  trade,  area  statistics.] 

265  38.  Pennsylvania,  errata  sheet.     Nov.  21,  1960.      [2]  p.  4°     f      •  Item  132-A-41 

C  3.202/2  :  958/RA  3S/errata 

Selected  services  [area  reports]  BC5S-SA  (series).     [Preprint  from 

V.  6,  Selected  service  trades,  area  statistics.]     C  3.202/4:  958/S A  (nos.) 

266  1.     United  States  summary,  errata  sheet.     Nov.  14,  1960.     1  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t      •  Item  132-A-l 

267  13.  Illinois,   errata  sheet.     Nov.   14,  1960.     1  p.  4<>      [Processed.]      t      •  Item 

132-A-16 

1958  census  of  manufactures  [Industry  report]  MC  (series).  [Preprint 
from  V.  2,  Industry  statistics] .     •  Item  136         C  3.24/4  :  958/MC-(nos.) 

268  20D.  Grain  mill  products  :  Flour  and  meal,  prepared  animal  feeds,  cereal  prep- 

arations, rice  milling,  blended  and  prepared  flour,  wet  corn  milling ; 
[prepared  bv  Edward  A.  Robinson  and  Martin  Bloom].  [I960.]  viil-|- 
21  p.  il.  4°      *  Paper,  30c. 

269  22D.  Floor  covering   mills  :    Woven    carpets  and  rugs,   tufted   carpets  and  rugs, 

carpets  and  rugs,  n.e.c.  ;  [prepared  by  Milton  Eisen  and  Evelyn  O.  Denny]. 
[I960.]     viii-f-9  p.  il.  4°    *  Paper,  25c. 

270  25A.  Household  furniture,  wood  furniture   not  upholstered,  wood  furniture  up- 

holstered, metal  household  furniture,  mattresses  and  bed-springs,  house- 
hold furniture,  n.e.c.  :  [prepared  by  Elmer  S.  Biles  with  assistance  of 
Robert  E.  Bates].     [1900.]      viii  +  27  p.  il.  4°     *  Paper,  30c. 

271  26C.  Paperboard  containers  and  boxes,  folding  paperboard  boxes,   set-up  paper- 

board  boxes,  corrugated  shipping  containers,  sanitary  food  containers, 
fiber  cans,  tubes,  drums,  etc.  ;  [prepared  by  Edward  D.  Gruen  and  Paul 
E.  Zerby].      [I960.]      viii-fl9  p.  il.  4"     *  Paper,  25c. 

272  27B.  Commercial  printing   and   manifold   business  forms  :    Printing,    letterpress, 

printing  lithographic,  engraving  and  plate  printing,  manifold  business 
forms;  [prepared  by  Edwin  D.  Gruen  and  Lawrence  J.  LaMoure]. 
[I960.]    viii-f24  p.  il.  4»    *  Paper,  30c. 

273  27C.  Greeting    cards,    bookbinding    and    service    industries    for    trade :    Greeting 

cards,  blankbooks,  looseleaf  binders,  bookbinding  and  related  work,  type- 
setting, photoengraving,  electrotyping  and  stereotyping ;  [prepared  by 
Edwin  D.  Gruen  and  Lawrence  J.  LaMoure].     [I960.]     viii-f-18  p.  il.  4" 

*  Paper,  25c. 

274  28C.  Drugs  :  Biological  products,  medicinals  and  botanicals,  pharmaceutical  prep- 

arations ;  prepared  by  Reese  R.  Morgan  and  Eugene  D.  Thurman.  [I960.] 
viii-)-14  p.  il.  4»    *  Paper,  20c. 

275  28D.   Soap,  detergents  and  cleaning  preparations,  perfumes,  cosmetics,  and  other 

toilet  preparations,  soap  and  other  detergents,  polishes  and  sanitation 
goods,  surface  active  agents,  toilet  preparations  ;  [prepared  by  Reese  R. 
Morgan  with  assistance  of  Florence  W.  Lindsey].  [I960.]  viii-|-20  p. 
il.  4°    *  Paper,  25c. 

276  28E.  Paints,   varnishes,   lacquers,  enamels,  and  allied  products,  paints  and  var- 

nishes, putty  and  calking  compounds  ;  [prepared  by  Reese  R.  Morgan  with 
assistance  of  Joanne  P.  Morgan].  [I960.]  viii-j-lO  p.  il.  4"  *  Paper, 
25c. 

277  31B.  Leather  gloves,  luggage,  and  related  goods  :  Leather  gloves,  luggage,  hand- 

bags and  purses,  small  leather  goods,  leather  goods,  n.e.c. ;  [prepared  by 
Shirley  Kallek  and  Richard  F.  Going,  jr.].      [I960.]      vlii+15   p.   il.  4° 

*  Paper,  15c. 

278  32A.  Glass  products :  Flat  glass,  glass  containers,  pressed  and  blown  glass,  n.e.c. 

products  of  purchased  glass  ;  [prepared  by  Elmer  S.  Biles  and  James  G. 
Demopoulos.]     [I960.]     viii-|-15  p.  il.  4"    *  Paper,  20c. 

279  35D.   Special  industry  machinery,  except  metalwork  machinery  :  Food   products, 

textile,  woodworking,  paper  industries,  printing  trades,  special  industry 
n.e.c. :  [prepared  by  William  R.  Gray  and  Malcolm  E.  Bernhardt].  [I960.] 
xi-f  26  p.  il.  4"     ♦  Paper,  30c. 

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280  36A.  Electrical    transmission,    distribution,    and    Industrial    apparatus :    Electric 

measuring  Instruments,  transformers,  switehgear  and  switchboards, 
motors  and  generators.  Industrial  controls,  welding  apparatus,  carbon 
and  graphite  products,  electric  industrial  goods,  n.e.c.  ;  [prepared  by 
Bernard  P.  Bernsten  and  Conrad  J.  Jacob].      [I960.]      vii-1-34  p.  il.  4° 

*  Paper,  40c. 

281  Correction  notice,  Governmental  finances  in  1959,  (series  G-GF59,  no.  2, 

Sept.  30, 1960).    Nov.  7, 19G0.    1  p.  4°    [Processed.]    f 

C  3.191 :  959/2/corr.sli. 

[County  outline  map  of  United  States],  county  boundaries  as  of  Apr.  1, 
1960.  Scale  3.8  in.=300  mi.  [I960.]  24  x  39  in.  [Albers  equal-area 
projection.     State  and  county  outlines  in  black  ink.]     *  Paper,  50c. 

282  Insets :  Alaska— Hawaii.  C  3.62/2  :  Un  3/9/960 

[County  outline  map  of  United  States],  county  boundaries  as  of  Apr.  1, 
1960.  Scale  3.8  in.=300  mi.  [I960.]  24  x  39  in.  [Albers  equal-area 
projection.  State  outlines  in  black,  county  outlines  in  blue  ink.] 
*  Paper,  50c. 

283  Insets  :  Alaska — Hawaii.  C  8.62/2  :  Un  3/8/960 

Current  housing  reports:  Housing  vacancies,  series  H-111.     [Processed.] 

284  22.  Vacant  housing  units  in  United   States,   3d  quarter   1960.     Nov.    1960.     11 

p.  4°     t  Paper,  10c.  C  3.215  :  H  111/22 

285  Current  industrial  reports :   Paint,  varnish,  and  lacquer,   summary  for 

1959;  [prepared  by  Industry  Division,  Chemicals].  Nov.  15,  1960.  3 
p.  4°     (Series  M2SF-09.)      [Processed.]     t  Paper,  10c. 

C  3.158  :  M  28  F-09 

286  Shoes  and  slippers,  summary  for  1959 ;  [prepared  by  Industry  Divi- 
sion, Apparel].  Nov.  10,  1960.  6  p.  4°  (Series  M31A-09.)  [Proc- 
essed.]    t  Paper,  10c.  C  3.158  :  M  31  A-09 

287  Public  bulletin  USIDA-3,  changes  in  United  States  import  duties,  anno- 

tated for  statistical  reporting,  Jan.  1,  1960  edition.  Nov.  1960.  [90]  +9 
p.  il.  4°  [Prepared  under  supervision  of  J.  Edward  Ely,  chief.  Foreign 
Trade  Division.     Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]      •  Item  148     C  3.150/5 :  3 

Note. — United  States  import  duties  annotated  for  statistical  reporting,  in- 
cluding supplemental  bulletins  for  an  indefinite  period,  is  sold  by  Superintendent 
of  Documents,  Government  Printing  Office,  Washington,  D.C.,  at  a  subscription 
price  of  $4.00  domestic,  $1.00  additional  for  foreign  mailing. 

State  finances  1960,  G-SF60  (series) . 

288  4.  Detail  of  State  tax  collections  in   1960.     Nov.   8,    1960.     30  p.  4°      (Govern- 

ments Division.)      t  Paper,  25c.  C  3.141  :  960/4 

U.S.  census  of  population,  1960:  General  population  characteristics,  data 
on  age,  race,  household  relationship,  sex,  marital  status,  final  report 
PC(1)  (series).  [Prepared  under  .supervision  of  Howard  G.  Bruns- 
man,  chief.  Population  Division.] 

289  47B.  Vermont.      [I960.]      xii-|-9-43   p.   il.   4°      [Data  in  this   report  will   be  re- 

issued  as   chapter   in   pt.   47   of   bound   edition   of   v.    1.]      *  Paper,    45c. 

•  Item  159-A-48  C  3.223/6  :  960/47  B 

Number  of  inhabitants,  totals  for  cities,  SMSA's,  urban  &  rural,  etc., 

final  report  PC(1)  (series) .  [Prepared  under  supervision  of  Howard  G. 
Brunsman,  chief.  Population  Division.] 

290  30A.  Nevada.      [I960.]      viii  +  11    p.    il.    4"      [Data    in    this    report    will    be    re- 

issued as  chapter  in  both  pts.  A  and  30  of  bound  edition  of  v.  1.]  *  Paper, 
25c.      •  Item  159-A-30  C  3.223/5  :  960/30  A 

291  United  States  waterborne  foreign  commerce.  Great  Lakes  area,  1959 ;  pre- 

pared by  Milton  Kaufman.     Washington,  1960.     cover  title,  p.  3-21,  4° 

[Processed.]     tPaper,  25c. 

L.C.  card  A  61-9037  C  3.211/2  :  959 

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CHEMICAL  CORPS  (Army),  Defense  Dept. 

Chemical  Warfare  Laboratories,  Army  Chemical  Center,  Md. :  CWL  spe- 
cial publication.     [Processed.] 

292  4-18.   Seventh  materials  review  [with  list  of  literature  cited]  ;  by  Arthur  Lyem. 

[1960.]      [1]+101    p.    4"      (Experimental   Engineering   Division,    Direc- 
torate of  Technical  Services.)      *  Paper,  $2.50  (PB  161971). 
L.C.  card  61-60229  D  116.13  :  4-18 

CHILDREN'S  BUREAU,  Health,  Education,  and  Welfare  Dept. 

Folder. 

293  51.  Day  care  services.     [I960.]     cover  title,    [2] +62  p.   il.  24''     *  Paper,  25c. 

•     Item  451 

L.C.  card  HEW  61-8  FS  3.210  :  51 

Publication. 

294  386.  Food  for  groups  of  young  children  cared  for  during  day   [with  list  of  sug- 

gested references;   by]    Helen  M.  Mille.     1960.     v+58  p.  il.      [Replaces 

Publication  285,   Food  for  young  children  in  group   care,  by  Miriam  E. 
Lowenberg.]      *  Paper,  25c.      O  Item  453 

L.C.  card  HEW  60-129  FS  3.209  :  386 

295  Publications  of  Children's  Bureau.     [Aug.  I960.]     cover  title,  56  p.   il. 

narrow  12"     f     •  Item  450  FS  3.213 :  960 

296  Research  relating  to  children,  studies  in  progress  on  growth  and  develop- 

ment, personality  and  adjustment,  educational  process,  exceptional  chil- 
dren, family,  social,  economic,  and  cultural  influences,  health  services, 
social  services,  Feb.- July  1960.  [I960.]  iv-fl28  p.  4°  (Bulletin  12; 
Clearinghouse  for  Research  in  Child  Life. )  *  Paper,  $1.00.  •  Item 
453— A 
L.C.  card  52-60018  FS  3.220 :  12 

CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD 

297  Aircraft  accident  report:  Allegheny  Airlines,  Inc.,  IMartin  202,  N  174A, 

near  Williamsport,  Pa.,  Dec.  1,  1959 ;  adopted  Nov.  3, 1960.  Nov.  8, 1960. 
12+ [3]  p.  il.  4°     [Processed.     Includes  supplemented  data.]     t 

C  31.213  :  Al  52 

298  Civil  Aeronautics  Board  reports :  v.  24,  Economic  and  safety  enforcement 

cases  of  Civil  Aeronautics  Board,  Sept.  1956-Mar.  1957.     1960.     xix+ 

1124  p.  il.  map     *  Cloth,  $3.75.     •  Item  179 

L.C.  card  42-38246  C  31.211 :  24 

Economic  regulations.    [  Issued  vpith  perforations.  ] 

299  pt.  295.  Transatlantic  charter  trips,  effective  June  29,  1960.      [I960.]     9  p.  40 

[Reprinted  from  Federal  register  June  15,  I960.]      *  Paper,  10c. 

C  31.220  :  295/2 

CIVIL  AND  DEFENSE  MOBILIZATION  OFFICE, 
President  of  United  States 

300  Address  by  Leo  A.  Hoegh,  director,  Ofiice  of  Civil  and  Defense  Mobilization, 

before  joint  meeting  of  U.S.  Civil  Defense  Council,  National  Association 
of  State  and  Territorial  Civil  Defense  Directors,  Minneapolis,  Minn., 
Sept.  22,  1960.     Oct.  18,  1960.     7  p.  4°     (Information  bulletin  249.) 

Pr  34.710 :  H  67/23 

301  Changes  in  July  [Civil  and  defense  mobilization]  1960  directory.     Nov.  7, 

1960.     [l]-f3+6p.  4°     [Processed.]     t  Pr  34.708/2 :  960-2/ch. 

302  Index  to  publications,  Dec.  1960.     [I960.]     [3] +23  p.  4°     (MP-20.)     [Is- 

sued with  perforations.]     t 

L.C.  card  59-61734  Pr  34.711 :  In  2/960-2 

*For  Sale  by  Superintendent  of  Documents 
fDistribution  Made  by  Issuing  Office 
^Official  Use.   Not  Available 

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January  1961 

[Leaflets]  L  (series).  Pr 34.758 :  (nos.) 

303  27.  Have  you  earned  your  home  preparedness  award?     [I960.]     [6]  p.  11.  narrow 

8°     t      •  Item  857-D-5 

304  28.  NEAR   system,   NEAR   Indoor   attack   warning.     Sept.    1960.      [l]+7   p.    11. 

narrow  8°     t     OCDM  Operational  Hdqtrs.,  Battle  Creek,  Mich. 

[Miscellaneous publication]  MP  (series). 

305  21.  Family  fallout  shelters  of  wood,  recommended  by  National  Lumber  Manu- 

facturers   Association,    Washington,    D.C.     Dec.    1960.     11     p.    II.    4»     t 
OCDM  Operational  Hdqtrs.,  Battle  Creek,  Mich.  Pr  34.759  :  21 

306  Partnership  for  deterrence,  address  by  Leo  A.  Hoegh,  director,  Ofl5ce  of 

Civil  and  Defense  Mobilization,  before  National  Defense  Transportation 
Association,  New  Orleans,  La.,  Oct.  5,  1960.  Nov.  1,  1960.  5  p.  4° 
(Information  bulletin  256.)      [Processed.]     f  Pr  34.710 :  H 67/24 

307  Progress  report,  fiscal  year  1960,  annual  statistical  report,  June  30,  1960. 

[I960.]     cover  title,   [2] +160+ [2]   p.  il.  4°     ([Statistics  and  Reports 
Division,  Administrative  Services  Office,  Administration.])     [Processed. 
The  last  2  pages  are  left  blank  to  be  used  for  notes.]     t 
L.C.  card  55-63670  Pr  34.751/2 :  960 

CIVIL  SERVICE  COMMISSION 

308  Amendment  1,  announcement  5-35-7(59),  amendment  to  open  competitive 

examination  to  position  of  engineer,  physicist,  metallurgist,  electronic 
scientist.  [Nov.  22,  I960.]  1  p.  il.  4°  (Board  of  Civil  Service  Exam- 
iners, Army  Ordnance  Missile  Command,  Redstone  Arsenal,  Ala.) 
[Processed.]    t  CS  1.26/4 :  959/5-35-7/amdt.l 

309  Amendment  to  announcement  39,  medical  technician,  medical  X-ray  tech- 

nician (grades  GS-2  through  GS-7).  Nov.  21,  1960.  1  p.  oblong  48° 
[Processed.]     t  CS  1.26 :  955/39/amdt. 

310  Amendment  to  announcement  179B,  apprenticeship  and  training  repre- 

sentative, $6,435  and  $7,560  a  year  (grades  GS-9  and  GS-11).  Dec.  13, 
1960.     1  p.  oblong  24°     [Processed.]     t  CS  1.26 :  959/179  B/amdt.-2 

311  Amendment  to  announcement  238B,  elementary  teacher  (grades  GS-5  and 

GS-7).    Nov.  15,  1960.     1  p.  oblong  48°     [Processed.]     f 

CS  1.26  :  960/238  B/amdt.-2 

312  Announcing  examinations  for  accountant  and   auditor  for  General  Ac- 

counting Office,  (supervisory  accountant,  grades  GS— 11  through  GS-15, 
$7,560-$13,730  per  annum)  (accountant,  grade  GS-9,  $6,435  per  annum), 
announcement  no.  150B.  Apr.  1,  1958,  revised  Oct,  1960.  [I960.] 
[1]+10  p.     [No  closing  date.]     t     •  Item  292 

CS  1.26  :  958/150  B/rev.-2 

313  Annoimcing  examination  for  printing  plant  and  lithographic  trainee,  $1.64^ 

$1.82  an  hour,  announcement  73  (local).  Nov.  15,  1960.  4p.il.  (Board 
of  Civil  Service  Examiners,  Coast  and  Geodetic  Survey,  Washington 
25,  D.C.)     [Processed.     Closing  date,  Jan.  17,  1961.]     t 

CS  1.26/4 :  960/73 

314  Announcing  examination  for  probational  appointment  to  position  of  fire- 

man (firefighter),  $5,160  a  year,  District  of  Columbia,  Fire  Department, 
announcement  no.  74  (local).  Jan.  3,  1961.  7  p.  4°  [No  closing  date.] 
•  Item  292  CS  1.26/4 :  961/74 

315  Career  opportunities  for  clinical  social  worker,  GS-7  to  GS-11,  $5,355- 

$7,560  a  year.  Veterans  Administration,  supplement  to  announcement 
no.  251.     [I960.]     4  p.  4°     f     •  Item  292  CS  1.26 :  960/251/supp.-8 

316  Career  opportunities  for  social  worker  (public  assistance)    (grades  GS-5 

through  GS-9),  social  worker  (child  welfare)  (grades  GS-7  through 
GS-12),  $4,345-$8,955  a  year,  D.C.  Government,  supplement  to  announce- 
ment no.  251.     [I960.]    4  p.  4°    t     •  Item  292     CS  1.26:  960/251/supp.-7 

*For  Sale  by  Superintendent  of  Documents 
#For  Sale  by  OTS,  Commerce  Dept. 
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Government  Publications 

317  Career  opportunities  for  social  workers,   rehabilitation  advisers,    [and] 

public  welfare  research  analysts  with  Federal  Government  at  salaries 
from  $4,345  to  $13,730  a  year  (grades  GS-5  through  GS-15)  ;  announce- 
ment 251.    Dee.  13,  1960.     [4]  p.  4°     [No  closing  date.]     f     •  Item  292 

CS  1.26 :  960/251 

318  Current  Federal  examination  announcements,  AN  2279  supp.  A  to  issue  no. 

138,  Nov.-Dec.  1960.    Nov.  15, 1960.    1  p.  oblong  48°    t 

CS  1.28 :  2279/138/supp.A 

319      AN  2279  supp.  C  to  issue  138,  Nov.-Dec.  1960.    [I960.]    1  p.  oblong  48° 

t      •  Item  292  CS  1.28:  2279/138/supp.C 

320      AN  2279  supp.  D  to  issue  138,  Nov.-Dec.  1960.     [I960.]     1  p.  oblong  48° 

t     •  Item  292  CS  1.28 :  2279/13S/supp.D 

321  Discontinuance  notice  for  announcement  61  B,  aeronautical  research  sci- 

entist, $5,335  to  $18,500  a  year.  Dec.  5,  1960.  1  p.  oblong  48°  [Proc- 
essed.]    t  CS  1.26 :  956/61  B/notice 

322  Discontinuance  notice  for  announcements,  14,  48B,  86B,  91B,  129B ;  social 

worker,  social  worker  (general),  social  worker  (child  welfare),  social 
worker-public  welfare  adviser,  public  welfare  research  analyst-public 
assistance,  social  worker  (child  welfare,  juvenile  delinquency,  research, 
medical  social  work),  clinical  social  worker.  Dec.  12,  1960.  1  p.  oblong 
48°     [Processed.]     f  CS  1.26:  955/14,  48B,  86B,  91B,  129B/notice 

Personnel  management  series.    •  Item  300-A 

323  4.   Government   personnel    system,    summary    for   Federal    executives   and    super- 

visors.    Revised  edition.     Nov.  1960.     iv-1-28  p.     ♦  Paper,  15c. 

L.C.  card  57-61185  CS  1.54:  4/3 

324  Report  of  progress.  Federal  employees  health  benefits  program.  Dec.  3, 

1960.  [I960.]  [19]  p.  oblong  large  8°  folded  into  4°  size  (Bureau  of 
Retirement  and  Insurance.)     t     •  Item  295  CS  1.2  :  H  34/7 

L.C.  card  61-60306 

325  United  States  Civil  Service  Commission  announces  an  examination  for 

assistant  State  veterans  employment  representative,  $8,955  a  year, 
(grade  GS-12),  for  duty  at  Honolulu,  Hawaii  with  Veterans  Employ- 
ment Service,  Bureau  of  Employment  Security,  Department  of  Labor, 
announcement  B--i3-l(61).  Jan.  10,  1961.  [Closing  date:  Jan.  31, 
1961.]      •  Item  292  CS  1.26/4  :  961/B-43-1 

326  United  States  Civil   Service  Commission  announces  an  examination  for 

communications  specialist,  $6,435  to  $8,955  a  year  (grades  GS-9  through 
GS-12),  apply  to  Executive  Secretary,  Board  of  U.S.  Civil  Service  Exam- 
iners, Military  District  of  Washington,  Room  lB-889,  Pentagon,  Wash- 
ington 25,  D.C.,  announcement  253B.  Jan.  10,  1961.  [No  closing  date.] 
t      •  Item  292  CS  1.26 :  961/253  B 

COAST  AND  GEODETIC  SURVEY,  Commerce  Dept. 

Publications.     •  Item  193  C  4.19/2  :  (nos.) 

327  65-1,  pt.   10.     Plane  coordinate  intersection  tables   (2i^  minute),  Idaho.     1960. 

[3]-|-172p.  il.  4»    *  Paper,  $1.00 
L.C. card  53-61216 

328  65-1,  pt.   13.      Plane  coordinate  intersection   tables    (2i^-minute),   Iowa.      1960. 

[3]-f91  p.  il.  4"     *  Paper,  50c. 
L.C.  card  53-61216 

COAST  GUARD,  Treasury  Dept. 

329  Rules  and  regulations  for  manning  of  vessels,  Sept.  1,  1960.    1960.     viii+ 

22  p.     (CG-268.)     [Title  46,  Code  of  Federal  regulations,  pt.  157.]     t 

•  Item  943 

L.C.  card  57-62125  T  47.8 :  V  63/12/960 

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COMMERCE  DEPARTMENT 

330  Export  control,  53d  quarterly  report  [under  Export  control  act  of  1949], 

3d  quarter  1960,  to  President,  Senate,  and  House  of  Representatives. 

[I960.]     cover  title,  iii+39  p.  il.     *  Paper,  20c.     •  Item  130 

L.C.  card  47-46507  C  1.26  :  53 

331  Export  expansion,  matter  of  commerce  and  finance,  text  of  remarks  by 

Secretary  of  Commerce  Frederick  PI.  Mueller,  prepared  for  delivery  at 
meeting  of  regional  chairmen  with  National  Export  Expansion  Com- 
mittee, Dec.  7,  19C0,  Washington,  D.C.     [I960.]     5  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t 

C  1.18 :  M  88/48 

332  Hand-in-glove,  American  exports  in  American  ships,  text  of  address  by 

John  J.  Allen,  jr.,  Under  Secretary  for  Transportation,  prepared  for 
delivery  at  monthly  meeting  of  Propeller  Club,  Port  of  New  Orleans, 
Nov.  9,  1960,  New  Orleans,  La.     [I960.]     6  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t 

C  1.18  :  Al  5/36 

333  Progress  under  free  enterprise  system,  excerpts  of  address  by  Carl  F. 

Oechsle,  Assistant  Secretary  of  Commerce,  prepared  for  delivery  at 
dedication  of  new  plant  for  Vitramon,  Inc.,  at  Monroe,  Conn.,  Nov.  3, 
1960.     [I960.]     3  leaves,  4°     [Processed.]     t  C  1.18 :0e  2/21 

334  Text  of  address  by  John  J.  Allen,  jr.,  prepared  for  delivery  at  launching  of 

SS  Mormacglen,  at  Todd  Shipyards  Corporation,  San  Pedro,  Calif., 
Nov.  4,  1960.     [I960.]     4  leaves,  4°     [Processed.]     t         C1.18:A15/34 

335  Text  of  address  of  John  J.  Allen,  jr..  Under  Secretary  for  Transportation, 

scheduled  for  delivery  before  10th  annual  Roads  and  Streets  Conference, 
Liberal  Arts  Auditorium,  University  of  Arizona,  Tucson,  Ariz.,  Nov.  17, 
1960.     [I960.]     7  p.  4°     [Processed.]     f  C  1.18  :A1 5/37 

COMMODITY  STABILIZATION  SERVICE,  Agriculture  Dept. 

336  Some  facts  about  conservation  reserve  of  soil  bank.     [Oct.  3,  I960.]     [18] 

p.  il.  4"     (Soil  Bank  Division.)     [Processed.]     t    A  82.2 :  C  76/15/960-2 

CONGRESS 

Note. — All  reports,  appropriation  bills,  etc.,  recorded  under  Congress  and  both 
houses  of  Congress  are  for  the  fiscal  year  unless  otherwise  noted. 

337  Memorial  services  held  in  House  of  Representatives  and  Senate,  together 

with  remarks  presented  in  eulogy  of  Douglas  Hemphill  Elliott,  late 
Representative  from  Pennsylvania,  86th  Congress,  2d  session.  1960. 
44  p.  1  por.     t     •  Item  1005 

L.C.  card  60-64679  Y  7.1 :  El  58 

Congressional  serial  set 

NOTE. — -At  the  end  of  each  session  of  Congress  the  House  and  Senate  documents 
and  reports  are  accumulated  into  bound  volumes  comprising  the  Congressional 
serial  set.  No  catalog  entry  is  made  for  the  volumes  of  the  Serial  set  since  the 
documents  and  reports  contained  therein  have  been  previously  listed  in  the 
Monthly  catalog. 

The  following  bound  volumes  were  sent  to  depository  libraries  during  the  period 
of  this  catalog : 

Senate  documents : 

338  nos.  3-69,  with  exceptions.  85th  Congress,  1st  session,  Miscellaneous  documents 

[Serial  11992].      •  Item  995-G 

ATOMIC  ENERGY  JOINT  COMMITTEE 

339  Future  role  of  Atomic  Energy  Commission  laboratories  [prepared  by  com- 

mittee staff]  ;  Oct.  1960.     1960.     vi+277  p.  il.      (Joint  committee  print, 

86th  Congress.  2d  session.)      *  Paper,  65e. 

L.C.  card  60-64683  Y  4.At  7/2  :  L  11/3 

*For  Sale  by  Superintendent  of  Documents 
*For  Sale  by  OTS,  Commerce  Dept. 
•  Sent  to  Depository  Libraries 

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Government  Publications 

340  Radiation  protection  criteria  and  standards,  their  basis  and  use,  liearings 

before  special  subcommittee  on  radiation,  86tli  Congress,  2d  session. 
May  24-June  3,  1960.  1960.  v+820  p.  il.  *  Paper,  $2.25.  •  Item  999 
L.C.  card  60-64726  Y  4.At  7/2  :  R  11/8 

341  Radiation  protection  criteria  and  standards,  their  basis  and  use,  summary- 

analyses  of  hearings,  May  24-June  3,  1960,  special  subcommittee  on 
radiation;  Oct.  1960.     1960.     iii+71  p.     (Joint  committee  print,  86th 
Congress,  2d  session. )      *  Paper,  25c. 
L.C.  card  61-60163  Y  4.At  7/2  :  R  11/9 

342  Review  of  international  atomic  policies  and  programs  of  United  States, 

report  [by  Robert  McKinney]  ;  Oct.  1960.  (Joint  committee  print,  86th 
Congress,  2d  session.) 

L.C.  card  60-64513  Y  4.At  7/2 :  At  7/21/v.5 

V.  5.  Background  material.     1960.     xiii  + 1685-2080  p.     •Paper,  $1.25. 

ECONOMIC  JOINT  COMMITTEE 

343  Economic  aspects  of  military  procurement  and  supply,  report  of  subcom- 

mittee on  defense  procurement  to  Joint  Economic  Committee ;  Oct.  1960. 
1960.     xii-f  125  p.     (Joint  Committee  print,  86th  Congress,  2d  session.) 
[Errata,  1  p.  oblong  48°,  processed,  was  issued  also.]     *  Paper,  35c. 
L.C.  card  6(X-64719  Y  4.Ec  7 :  P  94/5 

HOUSE  OF  REPRESENTATIVES 

344  Army,  postal,  and  Navy  air  service  laws  [Mar.  2,  1913-Aug.  8,  1958]  ;  com- 

piled by  Oilman  D.  Udell,  superintendent,  Document  Room,  House  of 

Representatives.     1960.     vi+240  p.     *  Paper,  65c.     •  Item  998 

L.C.  card  61-60190  Y1.2:Ai7/5 

345  Bankruptcy  laws  of  United  States  [July  1,  1898-Sept.  2,  1960]  ;  compiled 

by  Oilman  G.  Udell,  superintendent,  Document  Room,  House  of  Repre- 
sentatives.    1960.     vi-i-365  p.     *  Paper,  $1.00.     •  Item  998 
L.C.  card  16-26453  Y  1.2 :  B  22/2/960 

346  [This  entry  number  not  used.] 

347  Crime,  kidnaping  and  prison  laws  [June  21,  1902-Sept.  13,  1960]  ;  com- 

piled by  Oilman  O.  Udell,  superintendent.  Document  Room,  House  of 

Representatives.     1960.    xiv-f  448  p.     *  Paper,  $1.25.     •  Item  998 

L.C.  card  34-28235  Y  1.2 :  G  86/960 

348  Laws  relating  to  civil  service  retirement  [Jan.  15,  1920-Sept.  14,  1960]  ; 

compiled  by  Oilman  O.  Udell,  superintendent,  Document  Room,  House 
of  Representatives.     1960.     cover  title,   ix+261  p.     [Title  page  reads 
incorrectly :  Civil  service  preference,  retirement,  and  salary  classifica- 
tion laws.]     *  Paper,  75c.     •  Item  998 
L.C.  card  46-27648  Y  1.2 :  R  31/2/960 

349  Laws  relating  to  commercial  air  service  and  miscellaneous  air  laws  [May 

10,  1916-JuIy  14,  1960]  ;  compiled  by  Oilman  O.  Udell,  superintendent, 
Document  Room,  House  of  Representatives.     1960.     v-t-320  p.     *  Paper, 
$1.00.     •  Item  998 
L.C.  card  61-60162  Y  1.2 :  Ai  7/6 

350  Liquor  laws  [Aug.  8,  lS90-Sept.  2,  1958]  ;  compiled  by  Oilman  O.  Udell, 

superintendent,    Document    Room,    House    of    Representatives.     1960. 

viii+315  p.     *  Paper,  $1.00.     •  Item  998 

L.C.  card  17-26280  Y  1.2 :  L  66/960 

351  Supplement  to  compilation  of  veterans  laws  [Apr.  25,  1951-Sept.  14,  1960], 

82d  through  86th  [Congress]  2d  session ;  compiled  by  Oilman  O.  Udell, 
superintendent,    Document    Room,    House    of    Representatives.     1960. 
xix-f  549  p.     *  Paper,  $1.75.     •  Item  998 
L.C.  card  18-26696  Y  1.2  :  V  64/supp.  960 

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House  documents 

Note. — All  House  documents,  entries  for  which   are  followed  by  a   t.  may  be 
obtained  from  the  House  Document  Room  or  from  the  issuing  office. 

House  documents,  S6th  Congress. 

352  388.  Gleason  Creek,   Nev.,  letter  from   chief  of  engineers.  Army,  submitting  re- 

port on  surrey  of  Gleason  Creelc,  Robinson  Watershed,  at  and  in  vicinity 
of  Ely,  White  Pine  County,  Nev.;  May  16,  1960.  1960.  xlv  +  68  p. 
1  pi.  4"  [Also  issued  in  departmental  edition  and  sent  to  depositories  in 
in  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  475.]      t 

353  423.   Subject  Index  of  bulletins  published  by  Bureau  of  Labor  Statistics,  1915-59 

[with  annotated  listing  of  Bulletins  1895-1959  ;  prepared  by  M.  Frances 
Marshall  and  Gladys  B.  Wash].  [I960.]  lii  +  102  p.  4"  (Labor  Statis- 
tics Bureau.  Bulletin  1281.)  •(Available  in  departmental  edition,  55c., 
and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  1170.] 

354  426.  Vermillion  River  and   tributaries,   S.   Dak.,  letter  from    chief  of  engineers, 

Armv,  submitting  report  on  review  of  reports  on  Vermillion  River  and 
tributaries,  S.  Dak.;  June  21,  1960.  1960.  xvi-f57  p.  1  pi.,  4"  [Also 
issued  in  depatmental  edition,  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form. 
See  entry  no.  488.]      f 

355  434.  Chicopee   River   Basin,   Mass.,   letter  from   chief   of   engineers.   Army,    sub- 

mitting interim  report  on  Chicopee  River  Basin,  Mass. ;  June  24,  1960. 
1960.  xvi-f  115  p.  5  pi.,  4°  [Also  Issued  in  departmental  edition  and 
sent  to  depositories  In  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  471.]      t 

356  436.  Calcasieu  River  and  Pass,  La.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers.   Army,  sub- 

mitting report  on  review  of  reports  on  Calcasieu  River  and  Pass,  La. ; 
June  24,  1960.  1960.  xi  +  58  p.  1  pi.,  4"  [Also  issued  In  departmental 
edition  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  470.]      t 

357  439.  Rve  Harbor,  N.H.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers.  Army,  submitting  report 

on  review  of  reports  on  Rye  Harbor,  N.H. ;  June  29,  1960.  1960.  vIIi-f-39 
p.  1  pi.  4"  [Also  Issued  In  departmental  edition  and  sent  to  depositories 
in  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  485.]      t 

358  440.  Little  Sandy  River  and  Tygarts  Creek,  Ky.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers. 

Army,  submitting  report  on  review  of  reports  on  Little  Sandy  River  and 
Tygarts  Creek,  Ky.  ;  June  29.  1960.  1960.  xxII-flOS  p.  II.  3  pi.  4°  [Also 
issued  In  departmental  edition  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form. 
See  Entry  no.  476.]     f 

359  441.  Pearl   River   and   tributaries.   Miss.,  letter  from   chief   of  engineers,   Army, 

submitting  report  on  survey  of  Pearl  River  and  tributaries.  Miss. ;  June 
29,  1960.  1960.  xII-|-72  p.  2  pi.  map,  4»  [Also  issued  in  departmental 
edition  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  483.]     t 

360  443.  Farmington  River  basin.  Conn,  and   Mass.,   letter  from  chief  of  engineers. 

Army,  submitting  report  on  interlum  report  on  Farmington  River  basin. 
Conn,  and  Mass.  ;  June  30,  1960.  1960.  xxii+193  p.  11.  10  pi.  4°  [Also 
issued  In  departmental  edition  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.  See 
Entry  472.]     t 

361  455.  Raritan  River,  N.J.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers.  Army,  submitting  report 

on  interim  report  on  Raritan  River.  N.J.  ;  Aug.  31,  1960.  1960.  ix-f-46  p. 
map,  4°  [Also  issued  in  denartmental  edition  and  sent  to  depositories 
in  that  form.    See  Entry  no.  484.]     t 

362  456.   San  Diego  County,  Calif.,  app.  4,  phase  2.  beach  erosion  control  study,  letter 

from  chief  of  engineers,  Army,  submitting  report  on  cooperative  beach 
erosion  control  study  of  San  Diego  Countv,  Calif.,  app.  4,  phase  2  ;  Sept. 
1,  1960.  1960.  xxv-f  169  p.  II.  13  pi.  4"  [Also  issued  in  departmental 
edition  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  486.]     t 

House  documents,  87th  Congress. 

363  6.     Commissioner  of  internal-revenue,  annual  report  fiscal  year  1960   [with  sta- 

tistical tables].  [I960.]  xiii+168  p.  11.  (Publication  55.)  *  (Available 
in  departmental  edition,  65c.,  T22.1  :  960,  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that 
form.     See  Entry  no.  741.) 

364  31.  Composition  of  pavroll  hours  In  manufacturing,  1958  ;   [prepared  by  L.  Earl 

Lewis].  Oct.  1960.  v-f-33  p.  11.  4°  (Labor  Statistics  Bureau.  Bulletin 
1283.)  [Incorrectly  desi.gnated  86th  Congress,  1st  session.]  *  (Available 
In  departmental  edition,  30c.,  L  2.3  :  1283,  and  sent  to  depositories  In  that 
form.    See  Entry  no.  1171.) 

365  33,  pt.  2.  Occupational  wage  survev  :  Green  Bay,  Wis.,  Aug.  1960  ;   [prepared  by 

Woodrow  C.  Linn].  Oct.  1900.  iil-f20  p.  oblong  8<>  (Labor  Statistics 
Bureau.  Bulletin  1285-2.)  *  (Available  in  departmental  edition,  20c., 
L  2.3  :  1285-2,  and  sent  to  depositories  In  that  form.     See  Entrv  no.  1172.1 

366  33,  pt.  3.   Same:    Oklahoma    City,    Okla.,    Aug.    1960;    [prepared    by    Donald    M. 

Cruse].  Oct.  1960.  iii-(-22  p.  oblong  8°  (Labor  Statistics  Bureau.  Bulle- 
tin 1285-3.)  *  (Available  in  departmental  edition,  25c.,  L  2.3  :  1285-3,  and 
sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.    See  Entry  no.  1173.) 

367  33,  pt.  4.   Same :    San    Bernardino-Riverside-Ontario,    Calif.,     Sept.    1960 ;     [pre- 

pared by  William  P.  O'Connor].  Nov.  1960.  liI  +  16  p.  oblong  8°  (Labor 
Statistics  Bureau.  Bulletin  1285-4.)  ♦  (Available  in  departmental  edi- 
tion, 20c.,  L2.3:  1285^.     See  Entry  no.  1174.) 

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*For  Sale  by  OTS,  Commerce  Dept. 
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368  33,  pt.  5.   Same :    Raleigh,    N.C.,    Sept.    1960  ;    [prepared   by    Donald    M.    Cruse]. 

Oct.  1960.  iii  +  22  p.  oblong  8°  (Labor  Statistics  Bureau.  Bulletin 
1285-5.)  *  (Available  in  departmental  edition,  25c.,  L  2.3  :  1285-5,  and 
sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.    See  Entry  no.  1175.) 

369  33,  pt.  6.   Same  :   Little  Rock-North  Little  Rock,   Ark.,  Aug.   1960  ;    [prepared  by 

Donald  M.  Cruse].  Oct.  1960.  22  p.  oblong  8°  (Bureau  of  Labor  Statistics. 
Bulletin  1285-6.)  *  (Available  in  departmental  edition,  25c.,  L  2.3  :  1285-6, 
and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.    See  Entry  no.  1176.) 

370  33,  pt.  7.   Same:  Seattle,  Wash.,  Aug.  1960;   [prepared  by  William  P.  O'Connor]. 

Nov.  1960.  iii  +  24  p.  oblong  8"  (Labor  Statistics  Bureau.  Bulletin 
1285-7.)  *  (Available  in  departmental  edition,  25c.,  L  2.3  :  1285-7,  and 
sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.    See  Entry  no.  1177.) 

371  33,  pt.  8.   Same:    Scranton,    Pa.,   Aug.    1960;    [prepared   by   Elliott   A.    Browar]. 

Nov.  1960.  iii-f22  p.  oblong  8°  (Labor  Statistics  Bureau.  Bulletin 
1285-8.)  *  (Available  In  departmental  edition,  25c.,  L  2.3  :  128.5-8,  and 
sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.    See  Entry  no.  1178.) 

372  33,  pt.  9.   Same:   Wichita,   Kans.,   Sept.   1960;    [prepared   by  Woodrow  C.  Linn]. 

Nov.  1960.  iii+22  p.  oblong  8»  (Labor  Statistics  Bureau.  Bulletin 
1285-9.)  *  (Available  in  departmental  edition,  25c.,  L  2.3  :  1285-9,  and 
sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.    See  Entry  no.  1179.) 

373  35.  iNational  survey  of  professional,  administrative,   technical,  and  clerical  pay, 

winter  1959-60,  accountants  and  auditors,  attorneys,  engineers  and  scien- 
tists, personnel  management,  clerical  supervisory,  draftsmen,  office  clerical ; 
[prepared  in  Division  of  Wages  and  Industrial  Relations].  Oct.  1960.  v-\- 
49  p.  11.  4»  (Labor  Statistics  Bureau.  Bulletin  1286.)  *  (Available  in 
departmental  edition.  35c.,  L  2.3  :  1286,  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that 
form.    See  Entry  no.  1180.) 

House  reports 

Note. — For  titles  of  bills  which  these  reports  accompany,  see  Congressional  rec- 
ord index. 

House  reports  on  public  bills,  86tli  Congress,     t  House  Document  Room, 
Capitol.    •  Item  1008-A 

374  2173.  Foreign  Service  act  amendments  of  1960.     Conference  report  to  accompany 

S.  2633.     Aug.  26,  1960.     23  p.      (Special  offer) 

Education  and  Labor  Committee,  House 

375  IVlajor  Federal  aid  to  education  bills,  chronological  summary  and  descrip- 

tion of  selected  major  bills,  1949-59,  and  bibliography,  86th  Congress, 
2d  session,  Feb.  1960 ;  prepared  by  Legislative  Reference  Service,  Li- 
brary of  Congress.     1960.     iii+12  p.  (Committee  print),     t 
L.C.  card  60-64495  Y  4.Ed  8/1 :  Ed  8/11 

Foreign  Affairs  Committee,  House 

376  Communist  threat  in  Latin  America,  hearings  before  subcommittee  on 

inter-American   affairs,   86th  Congress,  2d   session,   June  17-24,   1960. 

1960.     iii+81  p.     t     •  Item  1017 

L.C.  card  60-64620  Y  4.F  76/1 :  C  73/4 

377  Foreign  Service  act  of  1946  (Public  law  724,  79th  Congress)  as  amended 

to  Oct.  17,  1960 ;  Oct.  17,  1960.     1960.     vi-f  200  p.  (Committee  print.)     t 
L.C.  card  56-61502  Y  4.F  76/1 :  F  76/21/960-2 

Merchant  Marine  and  Fisheries  Committee,  House 

378  Fish  and  wildlife  legislation,  hearings  before  subcommittee  on  fisheries 

and  wildlife  conservation,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  on  H.R.  7386  and 
[other  bills],  Mar.  22-30,  1960.     1960.     iv-f  116  p.     t     •  Item  1021 
L.C.  card  60-64684  Y  4.M  53  :  F  52/2/960 

Un-American  Activities  Committee,  House 

379  Communist  penetration  of  radio  facilities,  hearings,  86th  Congress,  2d 

session.     •  Item  1026 

pt.  1.  Conelrad,  communications,  Aug.  23  and  24,  1960.     1960.     v  + 1855-1901 -f 
ii  p.      [Includes  consideration  of  H.R.  12852.]      *  Paper,  20c. 
L.C.  card  60-64725  Y  4.Un  1/2  :  C  73/116/pt.l 

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fDistribution  Made  by  Issuing  Office 
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January  1961 

380  Testimony  of  Nikolai  Fedorovich  Artamonov  (former  Soviet  naval  officer), 

hearing,  86tli  Congress,  2d  session,  Sept.  14,  1960.     1960.     v +1903-20+1 

p.     *  Paper,  15c.     •  Item  1026 

L.C.  card  60-64697  Y  4.Un  1/2  :  Ar  7/3 

Veterans'  Affairs  Committee,  House 

381  Veterans  benefits  calculator,  Oct.  3,  1960.     [I960.]     Slide  chart,  narrovi^ 

large  8°     [Copyright,  Perrygraf  Corp.,  Maywood,  111.,  I960.]     *  Paper, 
60c.  Y  4.V  64/3  :  B  43/7/960 

SENATE 

Semite  documents 

Note. — All   Senate  documents,  entries  for  which  are  followed  by  a  t,   may  be 
obtained  from  Senate  Document  Room  or  from  the  issuing  office. 

Senate  documents,  86th  Congress. 

382  104.  Foster  Reservoir,  South  Sautiam  River,  Oreg.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers, 

Army,  submitting  report  on  interim  report  on  Foster  Reservoir,  South 
Santiam  River,  Oreg. ;  May  26,  1960.  1960.  xxiv  +  73  p.  1  pi.  4"  [Also 
issued  in  departmental  edition  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.  See 
Entry  no.  473.]      t 

383  112.   Ouachita  and  Black  Rivers,  Ark.,  and  La.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers, 

Army,  submitting  report  on  review  of  reports  on  Ouachita  and  Black 
Rivers,  Ark.  and  La.  ;  June  29,  1960.  1960.  xxvi  +  75  p.  5  pi.  4<»  [Also 
issued  in  departmental  edition  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.  See 
Entry  no.  482.]      t 

384  116.  Gila  River  and   tributaries  in   vicinity  of  Tucson,   Ariz.,  letter  from   chief 

of  engineers.  Army,  submitting  report  on  review  of  report  on  Gila  River 
and  tributaries  in  vicinity  of  Tucson,  Ariz. ;  Aug.  16,  1960.  1960. 
xiii  +  72  p.  2  pi.  4°  [Also  issued  in  departmental  edition  and  sent  to 
depositories  in  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  474.]      t 

385  123.   Strengthening  Government  for  arms  control,   report  by   National  Planning 

Association's  Special  Project  Committee  on  Security  through  Arms  Con- 
trol ;  Aug.  27,  1960.    1960.    ix  +  28  p.    t     •  Item  996 
L.C.  card  60-64670 

386  134.  Acceptance   of   statue    of  Maria   L.    Sanford    presented  "by    Minnesota,   pro- 

ceedings in  Congress  and  in  rotunda,  Capitol.     1960.     xx-f  108  p.  8  pi. 
1  por.     t      •  Item  996 
L.C.  card  60-64721 

Foreign  Relations  Committee,  Senate 

387  Conference  on  discontinuance  of  nuclear  vpeapons  tests,  analysis  of  progress 

and  positions  of  participating  parties,  Oct.  1958-Aug.  1960,  subcommittee 
on  disarmament  [by  Ellen  Collier  and  Charles  Gellner,  Foreign  Affairs 
Division  of  Legislative  Reference  Service,  Library  of  Congress]  ;  Oct. 
1960.  1960.  vii+110  p.  (Committee  print,  86th  Congress,  2d  ses- 
sion.) t 
L.C.  card  60-64703  Y  4.F  76/2  :  N  88/2 

Interior  and  Insular  Affairs  Committee,  Senate 

IMineral  rights  for  Alaska  homesteaders,  hearings  before  subcommittee  on 
public  lands,  86th  Congress,  2d  session  on  S.  1670.    f     •  Item  1040 
L.C.  card  59-62398 

388  pt.  3.  May    25,    1960.     1960.     iii-f  309-365    p.  Y  4.1n  8/13  :  All/17/pt.3 

Interstate  and  Foreign  Commerce  Committee,  Senate 

389  Extension   of  dual   rate  contract  agreements,   hearing  before   merchant 

marine  and  fisheries  subcommittee,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  on  H.R. 

10840,  May  23,  1960.     1960.     ill +44  p.  11.     t     •  Item  1041 

L.C.  card  60-64729  Y  4.1n  8/3  :  R  18/4 

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390  Government  guarantee  of  loans  to  certain  air  carriers,  hearings  before 

aviation  subcommittee,  86tli  Congress,  26.  session,  on  S.  2774,  Feb.  8-18, 

1960.     1960.     iv+545  p.  il.  1  pi.     t     •  Item  1041 

L.C.  card  60-64622  T  4.1n  8/3 :  Ai  7/26 

391  High  seas  salmon  conservation,  hearings  before  merchant  marine  and 

fisheries  subcommittee,  S6th  Congress,  2d  session,  on  S.  502  and  S.J.  Res. 
184.     •  Item  1041 

L.C.  card  59-64062  Y  4.1n  8/3  :  Sa  3/4/pt.2 

pt.  2.  May  13,  1960.     1960.     iii +  319-359  p.  il. 

392  Proposed  amendments  to  FCC  act  of  1934,  hearing  before  communications 

subcommittee,  S6th  Congress,  2d  session,  on  S.  1898,  Aug.  10,  1960.     1960. 
iv+114  p.     [Continuation  of  hearings  held  June  9  and  11,  1959.]     t 

•  Item  1041 

L.C.  card  60-64521  Y  4. In  8/3  :  C  73/34/960 

393  Proposed  amendments  to  Federal  aviation  act  of  1958,  hearings  before 

aviation  subcommittee,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  on  S.  576,   S.  1542, 
S.  1544,  S.  1545,  and  S.  1547,  Apr.  4  and  8,  1960.     1960.     iv+118  p.     t 

•  Item  1041 

L.C.  card  60-64621  Y  4.1n  8/3  :  Av  5/2/960-2 

Judiciary  Committee,  Senate 

Administered   prices,    hearings   before    subcommittee   on   antitrusts   and 
monopoly,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  pursuant  to  S.  Res.  238.     •  Item 
1042 
L.C.  card  57-61810  Y  4.  J  89/2 :  P  98/6/pt.22 

394  pt.  22.  Administered  prices  in   drug  industry    (Food   and  Drug   Administration, 

Henry    Welcli),    May    17-June    6,    1960.     1960.     vi  + 11889-12212    p. 
•  Paper,  $1.00. 

395  Bacliground  materials  on  comprehensive  Federal  public  records  law,  State 

public  records  statutes  relating  to  right  of  inspection,  compiled  by  sub- 
committee on  constitutional  rights,  86th  Congress,  1st  session.     1960. 
v+90  p.     (Committee  print,  86tli  Congress,  1st  session.)     $ 
L.C.  card  60-62066  Y  4.  J  89/2 :  R  24/2 

Labor  and  Public  Welfare  Committee,  Senate 

396  Migrant  farm  v^^orker  in  America,  background  data  on  migrant  worker 

situation  in  United  States  today,  prepared  for  subcommittee  on  migra- 
tory labor.  1960.  ix-t-79  p.  il.  1  pi.  (Committee  print,  86th  Congress, 
2d  session.)  [Report  by  Daniel  H.  Pollitt,  associate  professor  of  law. 
University  of  North  Carolina  and  Selma  M.  Levine,  member  of  District 
of  Columbia  bar.]  t 
L.C.  card  60-64722  Y  4.L  11/2 :  M  58 

National  Water  Resources,  Select  Committee  on.  Senate 

Water  resources  activities  in  United  States,  pursuant  to  S.  Res.  48.     (Com- 
mittee prints,  86th  Congress.)     f  Y4.N21/8 :  86/(nos.) 

397  1.     [Charts  and  graphs  with  brief  comments  thereon,  presented  by  Luna  Leopold 

of  Geological  Survey]  ;  Aug.  1959.    3.959.    ii-1-59  p.  il.  4» 
L.C.  card  60-62092 

398  2.     Reviews  of  national  water   resources  during  past  50   years    [summary,  pre- 

pared   by    Barbara    Jibrin.      Legislative    Reference    Service,    Library    of 
of  Congress]  ;  Oct.  1959.    1959.    v-j-44  p.  4° 
L.C. card  60-62101 

399  3.     National  water  resources  and  problems  [report  prepared  by  Geological  Survey 

of  Department  of  Interior]  ;  Jan.  1960.     1960.     viii+42  p.  il.  4" 
L.C.  card  60-62089 

400  4.     Surface  water  resources  of  United    States    [summarized  data,   compiled  by 

Geological  Survey]  ;  Jan.  1960.    1960.    vi-f  95  p.  il.  4° 
L.C.  card  60-62091 

*For  Sale  by  Superintendent  of  Documents 
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January  1961 

401  5.     Population  projections  and  economic  assumptions  ;  Mar.  1960.     1960.     vlll4- 

49  p.  11.  4» 

L.C.  card  60-64589 

402  7.     Future   water   requirements   for   municipal   use    [report   prepared   by    Public 

Health  Service]  :  Jan.  19G0.    1900.    vili+24  p.  11.  4» 
L.C.  card  60-6210.3 

403  8.     Future  water  requirements  of  principal  water-usina:  industries   [report  pre- 

pared by  Business  and  Defense  Services  Administration  of  Department  of 
Commerce]  ;  Apr.  1960.     1960.     xiii+101  p.  11.  3  tab.  4»     [Errata,  dated 
June  21,  1900.    1  p.  was  Issued  also.] 
L.C.  card  60-62099 

404  9.     Pollution  abatement   [report  prepared  by  Department  of  Health,  Education, 

and  Welfare]  ;  Jan.  1960.     1960.    vii+38  p.  11.  4°     [Errata,  dated  Mar.  31, 
1960,  1  p.  4"  was  issued  also.] 
L.C.  card  60-62107 

405  10.  Electric  power  in  relation  to  the  Nation's  water  resources,   [reports  of  Fed- 

eral Power  Commission  and  other  agencies]  ;  Jan.   1960.     1960.     viii-j-86 

p.  11.  4" 

L.C.  card  60-62110 

406  11.  Future  needs  for  navigation  [report  prepared  by  Corps  of  Engineers,  Army]  ; 

May  1960.     1960.     vll+28  p.  11.  40     [Errata  sheet  1  p.  40  was  also  issued.] 
L.C.  card  60-64588 

407  12.  Land  and  water  potentials  and  future  requirements  for  water   [report  pre- 

pared by  Department  of  Agriculture]  ;  Dec.  1959.     1960.     vli  +  73  p.  11.  4» 
L.C.  card  60-62097 

408  13.  Estimated  water  requirements  for  agricultural  purposes  and  their  effect  on 

water  supplies  [report  prepared  by  Department  of  Agriculture]  ;  Dec.  1959. 
1960.    viii  +  24  p.  11.  11  maps,  4° 
L.C.  card  60-62095 

409  14.  Future  needs  for  reclamation  in  Western  States  [report  prepared  by  Bureau  of 

Reclamation  of  Department  of  Interior]  ;  Apr.  1960.     1960.    ix-t-45  p.  11.  4° 
L.C.  card  60-62105 

410  15.  Floods  and  flood  control  [report  by  Corps  of  Engineers,  Army]  ;  July  1960. 

1960.    lx+77  p.  il.  2  maps,  4° 
L.C.  card  61-60224 

411  16.  Flood   problems   and    management   in   Tennessee   River   Basin    [report,    with 

bibliography,  prepared  by  Tennessee  Valley  Authority]  ;  Dec.  1959.     1960. 
vli+21  p.  11.  4" 
L.C.  card  60-62093 

412  17.  Water  recreation  needs  in  United  States,  1960-2000   [report  by  staff  of  Na- 

tional Park  Service]  ;  May  1960.    1960.    .vii-fll  p.  il.  4° 
L.C.  card  60-64587 

413  18.  Fish  and  wildlife  and  water  resources   [renort  prepared  by  Fish  and  Wild- 

life Service  of  Department  of  Interior]  ;  Apr.  1960.     1960.    sii+69  p.  il.  4<> 
L.C.  card  60-62200 

414  19.  Water   resources   of   Alaska    [report   prepared  by   Department   of   Interior]  ; 

Jan.  1960.     1960.     vil  +  21  p.  il.  4» 
L.C.  card  60-62102 

415  20.  Water  resources  of  Hawaii   [report  by  Department  of  Interior]  ;  Jan.  1960. 

1960.     vii-M2p.  11.  4» 
L.C.  card  60-62090 

416  21.  Evapo-transpiration  reduction   [reports,  with  lists  of  references,  prepared  by 

Department  of  Agriculture  and  Department  of  Interior]  ;  Feb.  1960.     1960. 
ix  +  42  p.  11.  2  pi.  map,  4° 
L.C.  card  60-62096 

417  22.  Weather  modification  [report,  with  bibliography,  prepared  by  Weather  Bureau 

of  Department  of  Commerce,  and  summary  report  by  A.  M.  Eberle]  ;  Jan. 
1960.      1960.      xH-46p.il.  4» 
L.C.  card  60-62098 

418  23.  Evaporation  reduction  and  seepage  control  [report  by  Bureau  of  Reclamation 

of  Department  of  Interior]  ;  Dec.  1959.     1960.     viii  +  18  p.  11.  40 
L.C.  card  60-62106 

419  24.  Water  quality  management  [report  prepared  by  Public  Health  Service]  ;  Feb. 

1960.      1960.      vii-fl4p.  4» 
L.C.  card  60-62109 

420  25.  River    forecasting    and    hydro  meteorological    analysis    [report    prepared    bv 

Weather  Bureau]  ;  Nov.  1959.     1960.     ix  +  37  p.  il.  4° 
L.C.  card  61-60225 

421  26.  Saline  water  conversion  [report  prepared  by  Department  of  Interior]  ;  Nov. 

1959.  1960.     x-|-32p.  il.  40 
L.C.  card  6062104 

422  27.  Application   and  effects  of   nuclear  energy    [report,   with   list   of   references, 

prepared  by  Atomic  Energy  Commission]  ;  Dec.  1959.     1960.     vil  +  13  p.  4» 
L.C.  card  60-62100 

423  28.  Water  resources  research  needs   [report,  with  bibliography,  prepared  by  De- 

partment of  Agriculture]  ;  Feb.  1960.     1960.     vii-f  15  p.  4» 
L.C.  card  60-62094 

424  29.  Water  requirements  for  pollution  abatement  [by  George  W.  Reid]  ;  July  1960. 

1960.  viii-f  28p.  11.4° 
L.C.  card  60-64699 

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Water  resources  activities  in  United  States,  etc. — Continued 

425  30.  Present  and  prospective  means  for  improved  reuse  of  water  [by  Earnest  F. 

Gloyna,  and  others]  ;  Mar.  1960.      1960.      x  +  54p.  4° 
L.C.  card  60-62108 

426  31.  Impact  of  new  techniques  on  integrated  multiple-purpose  water  development 

[prepared  by  Edward  A.  Ackerman  and  other]  ;  Mar.  1960.     1960.     ix4-97 
p.  il.  map,  4"     [Appendix  4  is  copyright  material.] 
L.C.  card  60-644  I  9 

427  32.  Water  supply  and  demand  [report  by  Nathaniel  Wollman]  ;  Aug.  1960.     1960. 

xviii  +  131  p.  il.  4° 
L.C.  card  61-60226 

COPYRIGHT  OFFICE,  Library  of  Congress 

Catalog  of  copyright  entries,  3d  series,  v.  14. 

428  pt.  3-4.  Dramas  and  works  prepared  for  oral   delivery,   no.   1  ;   Jan.— June  1960. 

1960.     ix  +  63  p.  4"     *  Paper,  $2.00  a  yr.,  50c.  additional  for  foreign 

mailing  ;  single  copy  $1.00.      •  Item  794 

L.C.   card   6-35347  LC  3.6/5  :  v.l4/pt.3-4/no.l 

429  pt.  6.       Maps  and  atlases,  no.  1  ;  Jan.-June  1960.     1960.    viii+78  p.  4°     *  Paper, 

$1.00  per  yr.,   50c.   additional  for  foreign  mailing ;    single  copy,   50c. 

•  Item  797 

L.C.  card  6-35347  LC  3.6/5  :  v.l4/pt.6/no.l 

430  pt.  IIB.  Commercial  prints  and  labels,  no.  1;  Jan.-June  1960.     1960.     viii  +  82 

p.  4°     *  Paper,  $2.00  per  yr.,  50c.  additional  for  foreign  mailing ;  single 

copy,  $1.00.      •  Item  799 

L.C.    card   6-35347  LC  3.6/5  :  v.l4/pt.llB/no.l 

COURT  OF  CLAIMS 

431  Cases  decided  in  Court  of  Claims,  July  1-Oct.  31,  1958,  with  report  of 

decisions  of  Supreme  Court  in  Court  of  Claims  cases,  v.  143,  reported  by 
Margaret  H.  Pierce.  1960.  xxx+1004  p.  *  Cloth,  $4.50.  •  Item  730 
L.C.  card  11-11998  Ju  3.9 :  143 

CUSTOMS  BUREAU,  Treasury  Dept. 

432  64th  set,  revised  pages  to  customs  regulations ;  July  1960.     1960.     [73]  p. 

4°  [Includes  amendments  made  by  Treasury  decisions  55160-182  and 
appendix  to  Customs  regulations,  revised  July  I960.]  *  Paper,  $7.50 
(including  basic  regulations  and  revised  pages  for  1  yr.),  $2.00  addi- 
tional for  foreign  mailing ;  revised  pages  only,  beginning  with  56th  set, 
$4.00  a  yr.,  $1.00  additional  for  foreign  mailing.     •  Item  948-A 

T  17.9  :  954/rev.pages  64 

433  65th  set,  revised  pages  to  customs  regulations ;  Aug.  1960.     1960.     [26]  p. 

4°     [Includes    amendments    made    by    Treasury    decisions    55183-204.] 

*  Paper,  $7.50  (including  basic  regulations  and  revised  pages  for  1  yr. ), 
$2.00  additional  for  foreign  mailing ;  revised  pages  only,  beginning  with 
56th  set,  $4.00  a  yr.,  $1.00  additional  for  foreign  mailing.     •  Item  948-A 

T  17.9  :  954/rev.pages  65 

434  United  States  customs  hints  for  all  persons  entering  United  States,  resi- 

dents and  nonresidents,  follow  these  hints  and  speed  your  way  through 
customs.     [July  I960.]     12  p.  il.  narrow  8°     *  Paper,  $30.00  per  1000. 

•  Item  950  T  17.2  :  C  96/3/960 

DEFENSE  DEPARTMENT 

435  Atlas  of  tumor  pathology  [published  by  Armed  Forces  Institute  of  Path- 

ology under  auspices  of  subcommittee  on  oncology  of  Committee  on 
Pathology  of  Division  of  IMedical  Sciences  of  National  Academy  of  Sci- 
ences, National  Research  Council].     [Issued  with  perforations.] 

sec.  4,  fascicle  10a.  Tumors  of  odontogenic  apparatus  and  jaws  [with  lists  of 
references]  ;  by  Joseph  L.  Bernier.  [Army  AFIP]  Washington,  D.C., 
1960.  [l]+108+[2]  p.  il.  2  pi.  4°  [Plates  are  colored.  The  last 
3  pages  are  left  blank  to  be  used  for  professional  notes  and  findings.] 
t  Paper,  $1.00,  American  Registrv  of  Pathology,  Armed  Forces  Insti- 
tute of  Pathology,  Washington  25,  D.C. 
L.C.   card   60-61290  D  1.16  :  4/lOa 

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January  1961 

Defense  standardization  manual  M  (series) . 

436  200.    [Standardization   policies,   procedures  and  instructions,   Jan.   1,   1960],   no- 

tice 3;  Nov.   1,   1960.      [I960.]      [13]    p.  4"     Ilncludes  new  and  revised 
pages.     Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]      •  Item  314-A     D  7.6/3  :  200/notice  3 

437  Same,  notice  4,  Dec.  1,  1960.      [I960.]      [48]   p.  4»      [Includes  new  and  re- 

vised pages.     Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]      ♦  Item  314-A 

D  7.6/3:  200/notice  4 
Note. — Defense  standardization  manual  M  200,  Jan.  1,  1960,  is  avail- 
able on  a  subscription  basis  from  the  Superintendent  of  Documents    (in- 
cluding supplementary   service  for   an   indefinite  period)    at  $6.00,   $2.00 
additional  for  foreign  mailing. 

438  Index  of  specifications  and  standards,  pt.  1  [Alpliabetical  list,  and  pt.  2, 

Numerical  list]  ;  Nov.  1,  1960.  [I960.]  [l]+viii+714+[l]  p.  and  [1] 
+934  p.  4°  (Standardization  Division;  Armed  Forces  Supply  Support 
Center.)  [Semiannual.  Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.  Supersedes  v.  2-4 
of  Military  index  and  all  supplements  thereto  which  are  now  discon- 
tinued.] *  Paper,  $20.00  a  yr.  (including  2  basic  indexes  and  10  sup- 
plements) ,  $5.00  additional  for  foreign  mailing.     •  Item  314-G 

D  7.14 :  960 

Military  handbook,  MID-HDBK  (series.)      •  Item  314-A 

439  17.  Plastics  for  flight  vehicles  :  pt.  1,  Reinforced  plastics,  approval  date,  Nov.  5, 

1959  [with  list  of  references;  prepared  by  Forest  Products  Laboratory, 
Forest  Service,  Department  of  Agriculture,  and  by  ANC— 17  Panel  on 
Plastics  for  Flight  Vehicles.].  [I960.]  xx-fl79  p.  il.  4"  (Armed  Forces 
Supply  Support  Center.)  [Prepared  and  being  maintained  by  Department 
of  Defense  with  assistance  of  Federal  Aviation  Agency.  Issued  in  loose- 
leaf  form  with  marginal  index  tabs  on  blank  cardboard  showing  chapters. 
Supersedes  ANC-17  bulletin,  pt.  1,  June  1955.]  *  StifEboard,  $1.50. 
L.C.  card  61-60217  D  7.6/2  :  17,pt.l 

Military  standards.     [Issued  with  perforations.]  D7.10:(nos.) 

440  MIL-STD-2B.        Engineering  drawings,  sizes  and  formats  ;  Aug.  25,  1960.     1960. 

iii  +  14  p.  il.  4"  [Supersedes  MIL^STD-2A,  Aug.  22,  1949, 
MIL-STD-3A,  Sept.  26,  1952,  MIL^STD-4A,  Sept.  4,  1952.] 

•  Paper,  20c. 

441  MIL-STD— lllA.    Gages,  plug,  plain  cylindrical  not  go.  Change  notice  2  ;  Aug.  19, 

1960.      [I960.]      iii-f4p.  4°      f 

442  MIL-STD-112A.    Gages,  ring,  plain,  go.  Change  notice  2  ;  Aug.  19,  1960.      [I960.] 

iii-(-4  p.  il.  4"     t 

443  MIL-STD-113A.    Gages,   ring,   plain,   not   go.   Change   notice  2 ;    Aug.   19,   1960. 

[I960.]      iii-f4p.  4° 

444  MIL-STD— 114B.     Gages,    plug,    thread   go    (class   X)    for   unified    and   American 

national  standard  internal  threads,  Change  notice  2  ;  Aug.  19, 
1960.      [I960.]      iii-f  6  p.  il.  4°     f 

445  MIL-STD-115A.    Gages,  plug,  thread  not  go  unified  and  American  national  stand- 

ard internal  threads.  Change  notice  2 ;  Aug.  19,  1960. 
[I960.]      iii-f  6  p.  il.  4"     f 

446  MIL-STD-116A.    Gages,  ring,  thread  go  (class  X)  and  related  thread  setting  plug 

gages,  go  and  not  go  plain  plug  minor  diameter  acceptance 
check  gages  for  unified  and  American  national  standard 
external  threads.  Change  notice  1;  Aug.  19,  1960.  [I960.] 
iii-t-lOp.  il.  4"     t 

447  MIL-STD-635A.    Carbines,  rifles,  shotguns,  and  submachine  guns  ;  Sept.  2,  1960. 

1960.  v-fl8  p.  il.  4»  ([FSC  1005.])  [Supersedes  MIL- 
STD-635,  May  1,  1958.]      *  Paper,  20c. 

448  MIL-STD-1224.     Visual    inspection    guide    for    pneumatic    tires     (nonaircraft)  ; 

Sept.   15,    1960.     1960.     vii-fl35    p.   il.   4°      ( [FSC-2610.] ) 

*  Paper,  70c. 

EDUCATION  OFFICE,  Health,  Education  and  Welfare  Dept. 

449  Academic  degrees  earned  and  honorary  degrees  conferred  by  institutions 

of  higher  education  in  United  States ;   [by]   Walter  Crosby  Eells,  and 
Harold  Al  Haswell.     [I960.]     vi+324  p.  il.     ( OE-54008 ;  Bulletin  1960, 
no.  28.)     [Text  on  p.  2  of  cover.]     *  Paper,  $1.00.     •  Item  460-A-54 
L.C.  card  HEW  61-6  FS  5.254  :  54008 

450  Accredited  higher  institutions,  1960,  by  Theresa  Birch  Wilkins.     [I960.] 

iv-f  156  p.     (OE-50012 ;  Bulletin  1960,  no.  24.)     [Text  on  p.  2  of  cover.] 

*  Paper,  60c.    •  Item  460-A-50 

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Government  Publications 

Bulletin  I960  (series). 

17.  See,  below,  Soviet  education  programs. 

See,  above,  Accredited  higher  institutions,  1960. 
See,  below.  Radio  and  television,  selected  bibliography. 
See,  below.  State  plans  under  Library  services  act,  supp.  2. 

See,  above,  Academic  degrees  earned  and  honorary  degrees  conferred  by  in- 
stitutions of  higher  education  in  United  States. 

456  30.  See,  below,  Drama  with  and  for  children,  creative  drama,  children's  theater. 

457  Drama  with  and  for  children,  creative  drama,  children's  theater   [with 

list  of  selected  references]  ;  by  Winifred  Ward,  Assistant  Professor 
Emeritus,  School  of  Speech,  Northwestern  University,  with  cooperation 
of  Children's  Theater  Conference,  division  of  American  Educational 
Theater  Association,  in  collaboration  with  Mayo  Bryce,  specialist,  Edu- 
cation for  Fine  Arts,  Office  of  Education.  <  [I960.]  vii+68  p.  il.  (OE- 
33007:  Bulletin  1960,  no.  30.)  [Photography  on  p.  1  and  2  of  cover 
furnished  through  courtesy  of  Children's  Theater,  Aberdeen,  Scotland.] 

*  Paper,  30c.    •  Item  460-A-33 

L.C.  card  HEW  61-3  FS  5.233 :  33007 

■158      Education  directory,  1960-61 :  pt.  1,  Federal  Government  and  States ;  [pre- 
pared by  Louise  R.  Murphy] .    [I960.]    cover  title,  83  p.     ( OE-20004-61. ) 

*  Paper,  30c.    •  Item  460  &  460-A-20 

L.C.   card   E  13-213  FS  5.25  :  960-61/pt.l 

459      pt.   3,   Higher  education;    [prepared    by   Theresa   Birch   Wilkins]. 

[I960.]     cover      title,      [2]-|-209      p.      (OE-50000-61.)     *  Paper,      75c. 

•  Item  460 

L.C.  card  E  13-213  FS  5.25 :  960-61/pt.3 

460  New  dimensions  in  higher  education :  6,  Study  abroad,  by  Irwin  Abrams ; 

W.  R.  Hatch,  editor.  [I960.]  v+21  p.  (OE-50014.)  [OE  number 
incorrectly  printed  on  title  page.     Text  on  p.  2  of  cover.]     *  Paper,  15c. 

•  Item  460-A-50 

L.C.  card  HEW  61-1  FS  5.250 :  50014 

461  Organization  and  effective  use  of  advisory  committees  [with  bibliography]  ; 

by  Sam  W.  King.     [I960.]     ix+75  p.  il.     [OE-84009;  Vocational  Divi- 
sion bulletin  288,  Trade  and  industrial  education  series  71.]     *  Paper, 
30c. 
L.C.  card  HEW  61-7  FS  5.284 :  84009 

462  Radio  and  television,  selected  bibliography;  prepared  by  Patricia  Beall 

Hamill.     [I960.]    v+46  p.     (OE-34004;  Bulletin  1960,  no.  25.)     -^  Paper, 

25c.     •  Item  460-A-34 

L.C.  card  HEW  61-5  FS  5.234  :  34004 

463  Soviet  education  programs,  foundations,  curriculums,  teacher  preparation 

[with  bibliography  ;  by]  William  K.  Medlin,  Clarence  B.  Lindquist,  [and] 
Marshall  L.  Schmitt.  [I960.]  xviii+2Sl  p.  il.  (OE-14037;  bulletin 
1960,  no.  17.)  [Text  on  p.  2  of  cover.]  *  Paper,  $1.25.  •  Item  460-A-14 
L.C.  card  HEW  61-2  FS  5.214 :  14037 

464  State  plans  under  Library  services  act,  supp.  2,  progress  report,  1st  3  years, 

fiscal  years  1957-59 ;  [prepared  by  Helen  Luce,  Herbert  A.  Carl,  and  L. 
Marion   Moshier].     [I960.]     x+144   p.    il.      (OE-15012,    Bulletin    1960, 
no.  27;  Library  Services  Branch.)      [Text  on  p.  2  of  cover.]     *  Paper, 
60c.     •  Item  460-A-15 
L.C.  card  E  58-17  FS  5.215  :  15012 

Vocational  Division  bulletin. 

465  288.  See,  above,  Organization  and  effective  use  of  advisory  committees. 

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January  1961 

EMPLOYMENT  SECURITY  BUREAU,  Labor  Dept. 

BES  (series). 

466  U-141.   Comparison  of  State  unemployment  Insurance  laws  as  of  Jan.  1,  1960 ; 

[prepared  in  Law  and  Procedures  Review  Brancii,  Division  of  Deter- 
minations and  Hearings  of  Unemployment  Insurance  Service.]  [I960.] 
ix  +  14S  p.  (Unemployment  Insurance  Service.)  [Supersedes  Com- 
parison of  State  unemployment  insurance  laws  as  of  Jan.  1,  1958.] 
*  ]?aper,  4oc.  •  Item  752-L> 
L.C.  card  38-20557  L  7.61  :  U-141/960 

•167  Employment  security  research  exchange,  no.  5.  Oct.  1960.  cover  title, 
34  p.  4°  [Semi-annual.  Processed.  Prepared  in  cooperation  with 
affiliated   State  employment  security  agencies.]     t  L  7.56/3 :  5 

46S  Handbook  on  questions  and  answers  about  statistical  reporting  instruc- 
tions. [I960.]  cover  title,  [92]  leaves,  4°  [Prepared  to  assist  State 
employment  security  agencies  in  meeting  requirements  in  pt.  3  of  Em- 
ployment security  manual.  Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]  $  •  Item 
756-B  L  7.25/3  :  St  2 

469  Significant  provisions  of  State  unemployment  insurance  laws,   Oct.  15, 

1960.     [I960.]     3  p.  oblong  8°     [Processed.]     t  L  7.39/2: 960 

ENGINEERS  CORPS  (Army),  Defense  Dept. 

470  Calcasieu  River  and  Pass,  La.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers.  Army,  sub- 

mitting report  on  review  of  reports  on  Calcasieu  River  and  Pass,  La. ; 
June  24,  1960.  1960.  xi-fSS  p.  1  pi.,  4°  [Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  436, 
86th  Cong.,  2d  sess.]     $     •  Item  334-A  D  103.22  :  C  12/2 

471  Chicopee  River  Basin,  Mass.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers,  Army,  sub- 

mitting interim  report  on  Chicopee  River  Basin,  Mass. ;  June  24,  1960. 
1960.  xvi-f  115  p.  5  pi.,  4°  [Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  434,  86th  Cong.,  2d 
sess.]     I     •  Item  334-A  D  103.22  :  C  43 

472  Farmington  River  basin.  Conn,  and  Mass.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers, 

Army,  submitting  report  on  interim  report  on  Farmington  River  basin, 
Conn,  and  Mass. ;  June  30,  1960.  1960.  xxii+193  p.  il.  10  pi.  4°  [Also 
issued  as  H.  doc.  443,  86th  Cong.,  2d  sess.]     $     •  Item  334-A 

D  103.22  :  F  22 

473  Foster  Reservoir,  South  Santiam  River,  Oreg.,  letter  from  chief  of  engi- 

neers, Army,  submitting  report  on  interim  report  on  Foster  Reservoir, 
South  Santiam  River,  Oreg. ;  May  26,  1960.  1960.  xxiv-f  73  p.  1  pi.,  4° 
[Also  issued  as  S.  doc.  104,  86th  Cong.,  2d  sess.]     $    •  Item  334-A 

D  103.22  :  F  81 

474  Gila  River  and  tributaries  in  vicinity  of  Tucson,  Ariz.,  letter  from  chief  of 

engineers,  Army,  submitting  report  on  review  of  report  on  Gila  River 
and  tributaries  in  vicinity  of  Tucson,  Ariz. :  Aug.  16,  1960.  1960.  xiii-f- 
72  p.  2  pi.  4°  [Also  issued  as  S.  doc.  116,  86th  Cong.,  2d  sess.]  $  •  Item 
334-A  D  103.22  :  G  37/3 

475  Gleason  Creek,  Nev.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers,  Army,  submitting  report 

on  survey  of  Gleason  Creek,  Robinson  Watershed,  at  and  in  vicinity  of 
Ely,  White  Pine  County,  Nev. ;  May  16,  1960.  1960.  xiv+68  p.  1  pi.  4" 
[Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  388,  86th  Cong.,  2d  sess.]     }     •  Item  334-A 

D  103.22 :  G  47 

476  Little  Sandy  River  and  Tygarts  Creek,  Ky.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers, 

submitting  report  on  review  of  reports  on  Little  Sandy  River  and  Ty- 
garts Creek,  Ky. ;  June  29,  1960.  1960.  xxii-fl08  p.  il.  3  pi.  4°  [Also 
issued  as  H.  doc.  440,  86th  Cong.,  2d  sess.]     t     ®  Item  334-A 

D  103.22  :  L  72  sa 

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Manuals  EM  (series) .  D  103.6/3  :  (nos.) 

477  1110-2-1409.      [Engineering   and   design  :   Backwater   curves  in   river  channels] 

Change  1  :  Dec.  7,  1959.  1960.  p.  35-36,  4°  [Issued  with 
perforations.]     t     •  Item  338-A 

478  1110-45-751.      [Engineering  and  design  :  Airfield  pavement  evaluation  concepts], 

Change  1;  Apr.  15,  1959.  [I960.]  [4]  p.  4»  [Processed. 
Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     + 

479  1110-345-130.  Engineering  and  design  :  Miscellaneous  architectural  features,  May 

20,  1959.  [1959.]  4+[l]  p.  4»  [Processed.  Issued  with 
perforations.    Change  1,  p.  3-4,  was  issued  also.]     J 

480  1110-345-132.    [Engineering    and    design:    Masonry],    Change    1;    Oct.    5,    1960. 

[I960.]  1  p.  4"  [Processed.  Includes  Appendix  1.  Issued  in 
loose-leaf  form.]     J 

481  1110—345-161.  Engineering    manual   for    military   construction  :    pt.    5,    chap.    1, 

Mechanical  design,  heating,  ventilating,  and  air  conditioning; 
Jan.  1956.  [I960.]  cover  title,  l-3a,  4-28  p.  4»  [Includes 
Change  1.  Issued  with  perforations.  Supersedes  Chap.  1,  De- 
cember 1951.]     t     O  Item  338-A 

482  Ouachita  and  Black  Rivers,  Ark.  and  La.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers, 

submitting  report  on  review  of  reports  on  Ouachita  and  Black  Rivers, 
Ark.  and  La. ;  June  29,  1960.  1960.  xxvi+75  p.  5  pi.  4"  [Also  issued 
as  S.  doc.  112,  86th  Cong.,  2d  sess.]     t     •  Item  334-A       D  103.22 :  Ou  1 

483  Pearl  River  and  tributaries,  Miss.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers,  Army, 

submitting  report  on  survey  of  Pearl  River  and  tributaries.  Miss. ;  June 
29, 1960.  1960.  xii+72  p.  2  pi.  map,  4°  [Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  441,  86th 
Cong.,  2d  sess.]     t     •Item  334-A  D  103.22  :P  31 

484  Raritan  River,  N.J.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers.  Army,  submitting  re- 

port on  interim  report  on  Raritan  River,  N.J. ;  Aug.  31,  1960.  1960. 
ix-|-46  p.  map,  4°     [Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  455,  86th  Cong.,  2d  sess.]     % 

•  Item  334-A  D  103.22  :  R  18 

485  Rye  Harbor,  N.H.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers.  Army,  submitting  report 

on  review  of  reports  on  Rye  Harbor,  N.H. ;  June  29,  1960.  1960.  viii-{- 
39  p.  1  pi.  4°     [Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  439,  86th  Cong.,  2d  sess.]     | 

•  Item  334-A  D  103.22  :  R  98 

486  San  Diego  County,  Calif.,  app.  4,  phase  2,  beach  erosion  control  study,  letter 

from  chief  of  engineers.  Army,  submitting  report  on  cooperative  beach 
erosion  control  study  of  San  Diego  County,  Calif.,  app.  4,  phase  2 ;  Sept. 
1,  1960.  1960.  xxv+169  p.  il.  13  pi.  4°  [Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  456  86th 
Cong.,  2d  sess.]     t     •  Item  334-A  D  103.22  :  Sa  5d/2 

Technical  memorandum.      (Beach  Erosion  Board.)      [Processed.]     t 

487  120.  Prediction  of  hurricane  storm-tides  in  New  York  Bay    [with  list   of  refer- 

ences ;  by  Basil  W.  Wilson].     Aug.  1960.     [139]   p.  il.  40     D  103.19  :  120 

488  Vermillion  River  and  tributaries,  S.  Dak.,  letter  from  chief  of  engineers, 

Army,  submitting  report  on  review  of  reports  on  Vermillion  River  and 
tributaries,  S.  Dak. ;  June  21,  1960.  1960.  xvi-|-57  p.  1  pi.  4°  [Also 
issued  as  H.  doc.  426,  86th  Cong.,  2d  sess.]    t    •  Item  334-A 

D  103.22  :  V  59/2 

FACILITIES  AND  MATERIEL  BUREAU,  Federal  Aviation  Agency 

489  Administration  buildings  for  general  aviation  airports.     [I960.]     vi+26  p. 

il.  oblong  12°     (Airports  Division.)     *  Paper,  25c.     •  Item  431-C-21 
L.C.  card  60-64522  FAA  4.2  :  Ad  6 

FARMER  COOPERATIVE  SERVICE,  Agriculture  Dept. 

General  report.     •  Item  65-A 

490  85.  Director  committees  of  farmer  cooperatives    [with  list  of  other  publications 

available]  ;  by  Nelda  Griffin,  Helim  H.  Hulbert,  and  David  Volkin.     Nov. 

1960.      [3]-t-ii-f-26p.  11.  4° 

L.C.  card  Agr  61-30  A  89.11 :  85 

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News  for  farmer  cooperatives,  reprints.     [Processed.]    t     A.  89.8/a  :  (nos.) 

491  193.  What  do  changes  in  food  markets  mean  for  farmers  and  co-ops?;    [by  Ken- 

neth D.  Naden].     Aug.  19C0.     4  p.  11.  4°      [From  Aug.  1960  issue.] 

492  195.  No  uncertain  aims  for  CCA    [Consumers  Cooperative  Association]    publica- 

tions;   [by  Harold   Hamil].     Aug.   1960.     4   p.  il.  4»      [From   Aug.    1960 
issue.] 

FEDERAL  AVIATION  AGENCY 

493  Activities   at   air  traffic   control   facilities,  rank   order,   centers,   control 

towers,  approach  control  facilities,  flight  service  stations,  fiscal  year 
1960;  [prepared  by  Lelaud  F.  Wisner  and  others].     [I960.]     cover  title, 
[3] +38  p.  4°     (OflSce  of  Management  Services,  Statistics  Division,  Air- 
space Branch.)     t     •  Item431-C-1 
L.O.  card  60-64765  FA  A  1.27/2  :  960 

Civil  aeronautics  manuals.     [Issued   in  loose-leaf  form.]     •  Item  431- 
C-13  FAA  1.34:  (nos.) 

494  10.  Certification    and   approval   of   import   aircraft   and   related   products,    dated 

Sept.  1959,  supp.  1,  Oct.  15,  1960.      [I960.]      [3]   p.  4»     *  Paper,  5c. 

495  20.  Pilot  and  instructor  certificate,  dated  Nov.   1,  1959,   siipp.   1  ;  Oct.   1,   1960. 

[I960.]  vii+[33]  p.  4°  [Incorporates  into  CAM  20  Civil  air  regulations 
amdts.  20-12  through  20-14  and  adds  Special  civil  air  regulation  no.  SR- 
441  to  appendix  B.]  *  Paper,  $1.25  (including  basic  manual  and  supple- 
mentary service  for  an  indefinite  pei-iod)  ;  35c.  additional  for  foreign 
mailing. 

496  43.  General  operation  rules,  dated  Sept.  1959,  supp.  2  ;  Nov.  15,  1960.      [I960.] 

iv+[2]  p.  4"  *  Paper,  $1.25  (including  basic  manual  and  supplementary 
service)  ;  50c.  additional  for  foreign  mailing. 

497  60.  Air  traffic  rules,  dated  July  1,  1959,  supp.  4,  Nov.  1,  1960.      [I960.]      [4]  p.  4» 

*  Paper,  $1.00  (including  basic  manual  and  supplementary  service  for  an 
indefinite  period),  35c.  additional  for  foreign   mailing. 

498  Same,  supp.  5,  Nov.  15,  1960.      [I960.]      5  p.  4°     *  Paper,  $1.00   (including  basic 

manual  and  supplementary  service  for  an  indefinite  period),  35c.  addi- 
tional for  foreign  mailing. 

499  FAA  air  traffic  activity,  fiscal  year  1960.     [Oct.  I960.]     cover  title,  vii+68 

p.  il.  oblong  12°     *  Paper,  45c.     •  Item  431-C-l 

L.C.  card  59-61457  FAA  1.27  :  960 

500  FAA  publications,  Oct.  1960.     [I960.]     16  p.  il.  narrow  8"    t 

FAA  1.10 :  960-2 

501  International  flight  information  manual,  v.  9,  Aug.  1960.     [I960.]     115  p.  il 

4°     *  Paper,  55c.     •  Item  431-C-18  FAA  1.22  :  9 

Regulations  of  administrator. 

502  pt.  507.  Revisions  to   airworthiness  directives    [effective  Jan.   1,    1958]  ;    Jan.   1, 

1960.  [I960.]  [101]  p.  il.  4°  (Bureau  of  Flight  Standards.)  [In- 
cludes transmittal  sheet.  Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]  *  Paper,  $2.50, 
including  basic  manual  and  annual  supplements  for  indefinite  period  ; 
75c.  additional  for  foreign  mailing.      •  Item  431-C-9 

C  31.140  :  507/2/rev.pages-2 

503  pt.  619.   Special   airport   traffic   rules    (effective   Nov.    29,    1960).      [I960.]      4   p. 

il.  4»      [From  Federal  register,  Oct.  28,  I960.]      *  Paper,  5c. 

FAA  1.6/4:  619 

Special  civil  air  regulation  SR  (series).     [Issued  with  perforations.] 

504  437.  Flight  plans  for  flight  of  civil  aircraft  over  Cuba,  effective  Nov.  4,   1959. 

Oct.   30,    1959.     1   p.    4°      [Published   in   Federal   register,   Nov.   3,    1959. 
Affects  pt.  60,  Air  traffic  rules,  and  pt.  620,  Security  control  of  air  traffic] 

FAA  1.6/2  :  437 

Note. — Civil  air  regulations  pt.  60  is  sold  by  the  Superintendent  of  Documents 
as  part  of  the  subscription  to  Civil  aeronautics  manual  60.  *  Paper,  $1.00  (in- 
cluding supplements  for  an  indefinite  period)  ;  35c.  additional  for  foreign  mailing. 

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•■^05  Rules  and  regulations:  v.  2,  Transmittal  sheet  2-8,  [I960.]  [14]  p.  4° 
[Includes  new  and  revised  pages  to  pt.  2,  Frequency  allocation  and 
radio  treaty  matters.  Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]  *  Paper,  $2.00  (includ- 
ing basic  manual  and  amendments  for  an  indefinite  i)eriod)  ;  75c.  addi- 
tional for  foreign  mailing.     •  Item  287  CC  1.6/2  :  959/trans.8 

506      V.  3,  transmittal  sheet  no.  3-10.     [I960.]     [11]  p.  4°     [Includes  new 

and  revised  pages  to  pt.  3,  Radio  broadcast  services,  pt.  4,  Experimental 
auxiliary  and  special  broadcast  services.     Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.] 

*  Paper,  $4.50  (including  basic  manual  and  amendments  for  an  indefinite 
period)  ;  $1.25  additional  for  foreign  mailing.     •  Item  287 

CC  1.6/3 :  959/trans.lO 

507      V.  4,  transmittal  sheet  4-5.     [I960.]      [5]   p.  4°     [Includes  new  and 

revised  pages  to  pt.  7,  Stations  on  land  in  maritime  service.  Issued  in 
loose-leaf  form.]  *  Paper,  $2.50  (including  basic  manual  and  amend- 
ments for  an  indefinite  period)  ;  $1.00  additional  for  foreign  mailing. 

•  Item  287  CC  1.6/4 :  959/trans.5 

508      V.  5,  transmittal  sheet  5-12.     [I960.]     [59]  p.  4°     [Includes  new  and 

revised  pages  to  pt.  10,  Public  safety  radio  services,  pt.  11,  Industrial 
radio  services,  and  pt.  16,  Land  transportation  radio  services.  Issue  in 
loose-leaf  form.]  *  Paper,  $2.50  (including  basic  manual  and  amend- 
ments for  an  indefinite  period)  ;  $1.00  additional  for  foreign  mailing. 
«  Item  287  CC  1.6/5 :  959/trans.l2 

509      V.  7,  transmittal  sheet  7-5.     [I960.]      [4]   p.  il.  4°     [Includes  new 

and  revised  pages  to  pt.  21,  Domestic  public  radio  service  (other  than 
maritime  mobile).  Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]  *  Paper,  $2.00  (includ- 
ing basic  manual  and  amendments  for  an  indefinite  period)  ;  75c.  addi- 
tional for  foreign  mailing.     •  Item  287  CC  1.6/7  :  959/trans.5 

FEDERAL  CREDIT  UNIONS  BUREAU,  Health,  Education  and 
Welfare  Dept. 

510  Suggestions  for   completing  organization   and   conducting   1st   board   of 

directors'  meeting  of  Federal  credit  union.  [Revised  Oct.  I960.]  [I960.] 
ii+14  p.  narrow  8"     (FCU  505.)     t      •Item  526     FS  3.302 :  Or  3/960 

FEDERAL  DEPOSIT  INSURANCE  CORPORATION 

Report. 

511  53.  Assets,  liabilities,  and  capital  accounts,  commercial  and  mutual  savings  banks, 

June  15  ,1960.     [I960.]     cover  title,  68  p.  oblong  8°     [Processed.     Map  on 

p.  4  of  cover.]     f 

L.C.   card  34-28239  Y  3.F  31/8  :  9/53 

FEDERAL  EXTENSION  SERVICE,  Agricultural  Dept. 

512  Report  of  seed  to  be  certified  in  1959  by  acreages  approved,  States  and 

varieties;   [compiled  by  J.  M.  Saunders].     [I960.]     cover  title,   [3]  + 

95 p.  4°    ([AP79(4-60).])     [Processed.]    f 

L.C.  card  61-60231  A  43.2  :  Se  3/2/959 

FEDERAL  HOME  LOAN  BANK  BOARD 

513  Insured  savings  and  loan  associations,  average  annual  dividend  rates  paid, 

June  30,  1960.  Nov.  1960.  3  p.  4°  (Operating  Analysis  Division.) 
[Processed.]     f  FHL  1.21 :  960 

514  Organization  and  functions  of  Federal  Home  Loan  Bank  Board.     [Sept. 

I960.]      [8] -f  24  p.  il.  narrow  8°     [Processed.]     f  FHL  1.2:  Or  3 

*For  Sale  by  Superintendent  of  Documents 
fDlstribution  Made  by  Issuing  Office 
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FEDERAL  HOUSING  ADMINISTRATION,  Housing  and  Home 
Finance  Agency 

515  ABC's  of  FHA.    [Revised  Aug.  I960.]     [I960.]    2  p.  il.  4°  folded  into  oblong 

48°     [FHA  421.]     *  Paper,  $2.50  per  100,  single  copy  oc.     •  Item  589 

HH  2.2  :  F  31/4/960-2 

516  26th  annual  report  of  Federal  Housing  Administration  for  year  ending 

Dec.  31,  1959.     1960.     vi+141  p.  il.  4°     [Includes  list  of  FHA  publica- 
tions issued  in  1959.    Reprint  of  pt.  3  of  13th  annual  report  of  Housing 
and  Home  Finance  Agency  for  which  see  Entry  15533,  of  Oct.  1960 
Monthly  catalog.]    *  Paper,  65c. 
L.C.  card  35-26134  HH  2.1:  959 

FEDERAL  MARITIME  BOARD,  Commerce  Dept. 

Federal  Maritime  Board,  Maritime  Administration  SP  (series).  [Proc- 
essed.]    t  C  39.109/2  :(nos.) 

517  60-16.  Impact  of  nuclear  propulsion  of  ships   on   admiralty   and   shipping  law, 

address  by  E.  Robert  Seaver,  general  counsel.  Federal  Maritime  Board 
and  Maritime  Administration,  Department  of  Commerce,  before  Amer- 
ican Bar  Association,  Section  of  Insurance,  Negligence  and  Compensation 
Law,  Committee  on  Marine  and  Inland  Marine  Insurance  Law,  at  Wash- 
ington, D.C.,  Aug.  20.  1960.     [I960.]     21  p.  4» 

518  60-24.  Remarks  by    Sigfrid   B.    Unander,   member,    Federal   Maritime  Board,   at 

launching  of  SS  Mormacglen,  Nov.  4,  1960,  at  Todd  Shipyards  Corp., 
San  Pedro,  Calif.      [I960.]      [2]  p.  4"      [Processed.]      f 

519  60-25.  Address   by   Ralph    E.   Wilson,    chairman,   Federal   Maritime   Board,    and 

maritime  administrator.  Department  of  Commerce,  at  annual  dinner 
of  American  Institute  of  Marine  Underwriters,  New  York,  N.Y.,  Nov. 
17,1960.      [I960.]      5p.  4» 

FEDERAL  POWER  COMMISSION 

FPC  S  (series).     •  Item  440  FP  1.21  :(nos.) 

520  144.  Hydroelectric  plant  construction  cost  and  annual  production  expenses,  3d 

annual    supplement,    1959.      [I960.]       [2]-fxviii-f95    p.   il.   4°      *  Paper, 

60c. 

L.C.  card  58-61266 

521  145.   Statistics  of  electric  utilities  in  United  States.  1959,  classes  A  and  B  pri- 

vately owned  companies.     [I960.]     rxxiv-j- [414]  p.  il.  4°     *  Paper,  $2.50. 

$2.50. 

L.C.  card  41-50431 

National  electric  rate  book,  rate  schedules  for  electric  service  in  com- 
munities of  2,500  population  or  more,  residential,  commercial,  and 
industrial  services.     [Issued  with  perforations.] 

Note. — The  complete  rate  book  is  made  up  of  separate  publications,  each  rep- 
resenting a  State.  They  are  sold  on  subscription  basis  by  the  Superintendent  of 
Documents,  $8.00  a  year,  $3.00  additional  for  foreign  mailing ;  single  copy,  25c. 

522  National  electric  rate  book:  Alabama.    Oct.  1960.     [2]-fl4  p.  4°     [Super- 

sedes issue  of  Oct.  1959.]     *  Paper,  25c.     •  Item  437- A-1 

FP  1.18 :  Al  1  b/960 

523      Georgia.    Oct.  1960.     [2]+16p.  4°     [Supersedes  "issue  of  Oct.  1959.] 

*  Paper,  25c.     •  Item  437-A-9  FP  1.18  :  G  29/960 

524      Kentucky.     Aug.   1960.     [2] +11   p.   4"     [Supersedes   issue   of   Nov. 

1959.]     *  Paper,  25c.     •  Item  437-A-15  FP  1.18  :  K  41/960 

525      Maryland  and  Washington,  B.C.     Oct.  1960.     [2] +10  p.  4°     [Super- 
sedes issue  of  June  1959.]     *  Paper,  25c.     •  Item  437-A-18 

FP  1.18 :  M  36/960 

526      Mississippi.     Oct.   1960.      [2] +11  p.  4°     [Supersedes  issue  of  Oct. 

1959.]     *  Paper,  25c.     •  Item  437-A-22  FP  1.18  :  M  69  i/960 

527      New  Mexico.     Oct.  1960.     [2] +10  p.  4°     [Supersedes  issue  of  Aug. 

14,  1958.  J     *  Paper,  25c.     •  Item  437-A-29  FP  1.18  :  N  42  m/960 

528      Tennessee.     Oct.    1960.     [2] +10   p.    4°     [Supersedes   issue   of   Oct. 

1959.]     *  Paper,  25c.     •  Item  437-A-40  FP  1.18 :  T  25/960 

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Government  Publications 

529  Uniform  system  of  accounts  prescribed  for  natural  gas  companies  (class  A 

and  class  B),  subject  to  provisions  of  Natural  gas  act,  effective  Jan.  1, 

1961.     [I960.]     vi+145  p.     *  Paper,  50c.     •  Item  439 

L.C.  card  40-26189  FP  1.7  :  G  21/961 

FEDERAL  RESERVE  SYSTEM  BOARD  OF  GOVERNORS 

530  New  measure  of  money  supply,     n.p.  [I960.]     p.  1102-23,  il.  4"     t 

FR  1.3/a  :  M  746/18 

531  Quarterly  survey   of  consumer  buying  intentions.     Washington,    [I960]. 

7  p.  il.  4°     [Processed.     Preprinted  from  Fedei-al  reserve  bulletin,  Dec. 
I960.]     t  FR  1.3/a  :  C  76/4 

Regulation   (series).     [Processed.]     t  FR  1.6 :  (letters-date) 

532  D. 

[Reserves  of  member  banks,]  sec.  204.5,  supplement,  eflEective  Nov.  24,  1960. 
[I960.]     1  p. 

533  K. 

Corporations  doing  foreign  banking  or  other  foreign  financing  under  Federal 
reserve    act,    as   amended    to    Nov.    12,    1958.     n.p.    Get    1900.      [3] +28    p. 
[Title  12,  Code  of  Federal  regulations,  pt.  211.] 
L. 

Interlocking  bank  directorates  under  Clayton  act,  as  amended,  effective  Aug. 
21,  1959.     n.p.  Oct.  1960.      [3] +8  p.  [Title  12,  Code  of  Federal  regulations, 
pt.  212.     Erratum  sheet,  1  p.  oblong  24",  was  issued  also.] 
0. 

Loans  to  executive  officers  of  member  banks,  as  amended,  effective  July  1, 
1939.  Oct.  1960.  [3] +7  p.  [Title  12,  Code  of  Federal  regulations,  pt. 
215.] 

536  U.S.    balance   of   payments,    1959-60.     n.p.    [I960],     p.    1095-1101,    il.    4* 

[Reprinted  from  Federal  reserve  bulletin,  Oct.  I960.]     t 

FR  1.3/a  :  P  292/959-60 

FEDERAL  SAFETY  COUNCIL,  Labor  Dept. 

537  College  safety  education  credit  courses.     [I960.]     [3]   leaves,  f°     [Proc- 

essed.    Reprinted  by  Bureau  of  Labor  Standards,  with  permission  of 
National  Safety  Council,  from  Safety  education,  Sept.  I960.]     t 

L  30.2 :  C  68 

FEDERAL  SUPPLY  SERVICE,  General  Services  Administration 

538  Federal  specifications.     •  Item  563  GS2.8: 

Note. — These  specifications  are  now  so  completely  covered  by  the  Index  of  Federal 
specifications,  standards,  and  handbooks  with  cumulative  monthly  supplements,  that 
listing  in  the  Monthly  Catalog  of  United  States  Government  Publications  represents 
unnecessary  and  wasteful  duplication  of  effort.  For  that  reason  they  will  no  longer 
be  listed. 

Complete  information  on  the  Index  of  Federal  specifications  will  be  found  in  the 
June  1960  Monthly  Catalog  under  Entry  number  8396,  and  in  the  August  1960 
Monthly  Catalog  under  Entry  number  12159. 

Federal  standards.     [Issued  with  perforations.]     •  Item  563 

GS  2.8/3:  (nos.) 

539  46e.     Paper,    mimeograph ;     Oct.     18,    1960.      [I960.]      2    p.    4»      (FSC    7530.) 

[UU-P-388,   issue  in  effect.     Supersedes   Fed.   std.   46d,   Dec.   1,   1959.] 
t  Paper,  5c. 

540  66b.     Steel,  chemical  composition  and  hardenability,  Nov.  15,  1959,  Change  notice 

1  ;  Nov.  7,  1960.      [I960.]      6  p.  il.  4«      f 

541  67a.     Finger  pads,  rubber;   Nov.   7,   1960.      [I960.]     2  p.   4°      [ZZ-F-375,   issue 

in  effect.     Supersedes  Fed.   std.  67,  July   14,   1954.]      t  Paper,   5c. 

542  124a.  Color  of  painted  metal  general  office  furniture  ;  Oct.  6.  1960.     1960.     1  p. 

4"      [Supersedes  Federal  standard  124,  July  5,  1957.]      t  Paper,  5c. 

543  185.     Identification  marking  of  copper  and  copper  base  alloy  mill  products  ;  Nov. 

8,1960.      [I960.]      7p.il.  4°     t 

Federal  supply  schedule,  FSC  group.    [Processed.]     t        GS  2.7/4  :  (nos.) 

544  13.  Explosives,  FSC  class  1375,  Dynamite,  electric  blasting  caps,  Jan.  1-Dec.  31, 

1961  ;    prepared   bv    National   Buying   Division.      [I960.]      7    p.   oblong  8° 
(Control  no.  2,  Code  14-N.) 

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January  1961 

545  25.   Vehicular  equipment  components,  FSC  class  2520,  Brake  lining  and  clutch 

facings  (metallic),  FSC  class  2530,  Brake  band  lining  (nonmetallic)  and 
brakeshoes,  bonded-  or  riveted-lined,  FSC  class  2540,  Tire  chains,  truck 
floor  mats,  and  seat  belts,  FSC  class  2990,  Engine  preheaters,  FSC  class 
4330,  Oil  filter  elements,  full-flow  and  bypass,  Nov.  1,  1960-Oct.  31,  1961; 
prepared  by  National  Buying  Division,      [i960.]     14  p.  oblong  8° 

546  59.  Electron  tubes  and  semiconductors  for  military  and  commercial  communication 

equipment.  FSC  class  5960,  Electron  tubes,  crystal  unit  rectifiers,  photo- 
electric cells,  FSC  class  6605,  Radiac  detecting  elements,  Nov.  1,  1960-Oct. 
31,  1961  ;  prepared  by  National  Buying  Division.  [I960.]  24  p.  oblong  S" 
(Control  no.  8,  Code  99-N.)      t 

547  65.   pt.  2,  Medical,  dental  and  veterinary  equipment  and  supplies,  FSC  class  6515, 

Blood  transfusion  and  intravenous  apparatus  and  accessories,  catheters, 
cystoscopes  and  allied  diagnostic  instruments,  including  accessories  and 
repair  parts,  dental  equipment,  instruments  and  supplies,  needles,  sterili- 
zation wrappers,  surgical  blades,  sutures,  syringes,  Nov.  1,  1960-Oct.  31, 
1961  ;  prepared  by  National  Buying  Division.  [I960.]  19  p.  oblong  8° 
(Control  no.  22,  Code  75-N.)     J 

548  65.  pt.  3,  Medical,   dental,  and   veterinary  equipment  and   supplies,  FSC  classes 

6505  [and  other  classes],  Nov.  1,  1960-Oct.  31,  1961;  prepared  by  Na- 
tional Buying  Division.  [I960.]  21  p.  oblong  8°  (Control  no.  22  ;  Code 
75-N.) 

549  66.  pt.  2,  Laboratory  equipment,  FSC  class  6640,  Glass,  plastic,  and  porcelain  lab- 

oratory ware,  Nov.  1,  1960-Oct.  31,  1961  ;  prepared  by  National  Buying  Divi- 
sion. [I960.]  36  p.  oblong  8»  (Control  no.  54,  Code  74-N.)  [Also 
includes  Laboratory  clamps  and  clamp  holders.]     t 

550  68.  Chemicals   and   chemical   products,   pt.   1,   sec.    A,   FSC  class   6810,   Acetone, 

aluminum  sulphate,  ammonium  hydroxide,  calcium  chloride  dlhydrate,  hy- 
drochloric acid,  FSC  class  6850,  Plate-cleaning  fluid,  Nov.  15,  1960-Nov. 
14,  1961  ;  prepared  by  National  Buying  Division,  [i960.]  7  p.  oblong  4o 
(Control  no.  42,  Code  60-N.)  [Also  includes  certain  items  in  FSC  class 
6505,  Acetylsalicylic  acid  tablets,  alcohol  (ethyl),  sodium  chloride  (salt) 
impregnated  tablets,  FSC  class  7930,  Compound,  oil-  and  water-absorbing.] 

551  75.  Ofl5ce  supplies,   nt.  1,  sec.  A,  FSC  class  7510,  Oflice  supplies,   Dec.   1,   1960- 

Nov.  30,  1961;  prepared  bv  National  Buying  Division.  [I960.]  55  p.  4° 
(Control  no.  44  ;  Code  63-N.)  [Includes  certain  items  in  FSC  class  7690, 
Tape,  label  marking.]     J 

552  75.  Office  supplies,  pt.  4.  FSC  class  7520,  Office  devices  and  accessories  (rubber 

stamps)  ;  GSA  region  3,  District  of  Columbia,  and  Maryland,  Virginia,  and 
West  Virginia,  Dec.  1,  1960-Nov.  30.  1961;  prepared  by  GSA  region  3. 
[I960.]     10  p.  4"     (Control  no.  100;  Code  94-3.)     $ 

553  76.  Books,   dictionaries,  and  other  publications,  pt.  1,  sec.  A  and  B,  FSC  class 

7610,  Books  and  pamphlets,  FSC  class  7640,  Charts,  Dec.  1,  1960-Nov.  30, 
1961  ;  prepared  by  National  Buying  Division,  [i960.]  19  p.  4°  (Control 
no.  36;  Code  51-N.)     t 

554  87.  Agricultural  supplies  pt.  3,    (formerly  class  70),  FSC  class  8720,  Fertilizers, 

Nov.  1,  1960-Oct.  31,  1961  ;  prepared  by  GSA  region  3.  [I960.]  10  p.  4° 
(Control  no.  58;  Code  85-3.)  [Also  includes  items  in  FSC  class  5610, 
Mineral  construction  materials,  bulk,  FSC  class  6810,  Chemicals,  synthetic, 
FSC  class  9620,  Minerals,  natural  and  synthetic] 

555  91.  pt.  3,  Gasoline,  lubricants,  fuel  oil  (diesel),  kerosene,  and  related  services,  serv- 

ice station  deliveries  for  FSC  class  9130,  Gasoline,  FSC  class  9140,  Fuel  oil 
(diesel)  and  kerosene,  FSC  class  9150,  Oils  and  greases,  cutting,  lubricat- 
ing, and  hydraulic,  Sept.  1,  1960-.Tune  30,  1961  ;  prepared  by  National 
Buying  Division.     [I960.]     31  p.  oblong  8"     (Control  no.  3,  Code  17-N.) 

556  99.  pt.  1,  Reflectorized  sheeting,  FSC  class  9905,   Reflective  fabric  reflectorlzed 

sheeting,  FSC  class  8010,  Codit  spray  reflective  liquid,  FSC  class  8020, 
Applicator,  adhesive  activator,  FSC  class  8040,  Fabric  adhesive,  Nov.  8, 
1960-Oct.  31,  1961;  prepared  by  National  Buying  Division.  [I960.] 
5+  [1]  p.  oblong  8°      (Control  no.  135,  Code  63-N.)      t 

Federal  test  method  standards.     [Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     •  Item  563 

GS  2.8/7  :(nos.) 

557  151a.  Metals,  test  methods,  May  6,  1959,  Change  notice  1 ;  Nov.  7,  1960.     [I960.] 

558  158a.  Cements,    hydraulic,    sampling,    inspection,    and    testing ;    Sept.    23,    1960. 

[I960.]      cover  title,   [109]   p.  11.  4»      [Supersedes  Fed.  test  method  std. 
no.  158,  May  1,  1957.]      t  Paper,  70c. 

FEDERAL  TRADE  COMMISSION 

559  1959  supplement  of  statutes  and  court  decisions ;  compiled  by  Harriette  H. 

Esch.     1960.     vii+477-715r-f  716-728  p.     *  Paper,  75c.     •  Item  539 
L.C.  card  31-26220  FT  1.13/2  :  959 

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Government  Publications 

FISH  AND  WILDLIFE  SERVICE,  Interior  Dept. 

Circulars.  1 49.4  :  ( nos. ) 

560  91.  Research  In  fishery  technology,  annual  report,  East  Boston  Laboratory,  June 

30,  1959;  [by]  S.  R.  Pottinger.  [I960.]  iii  +  13  p.  il.  4<>  (Bureau  of 
Commercial  Fisheries. )      t 

561  93.  National  Aquarium.     1960.     [6]  p.  il.  narrow  8°     (Bureau  of  Sport  Fisheries 

and  Wildlife.)      t      •  Item  609 

562  95.  Survey  of  conservation-education  needs  of  Fish   and  Wildlife   Service,   sum- 

mary of  replies  to  questionnaires  sent  to  field  stations  of  Service ;  com- 
piled in  Office  of  Information.  Washington,  Sept.  1960.  ii-|-20  p.  4» 
[Processed.]     t 

Ccnnmercial  fisheries  review,  separate.     [Processed.]     t 

563  595.  Research  in  service  laboratories  :  Technical  note  no.  56,  Chemical  composi- 

tion and  laboratory  fillet  yield  of  13  species  of  Middle  and  South  Atlantic 
fish  [with  list  of  literature  cited  ;  by  L.  E.  Ousterhout ;  Seasonal  varia- 
tions of  physical  characteristics  and  chemical  composition  of  fish  from 
Middle  Atlantic  States  [with  list  of  literature  cited  ;  by  John  G.  Wangler.] 
[I960.]      p.  15-20,  il.  4°      [From  v.  22,  no.  7,  July  I960.]      I  49.10/a  :  595 

Fishery  bulletins.     •  Item  611  I  49.27  :( nos.) 

564  175.   Synopsis  of   Strigeoidea    (Trematoda)    of  fishes  and  their  life  cycles    [with 

list  of  references  cited]  ;  by  Glenn  L.  Hoffman.  1960.  iv 4- 439-469 
p.    il.    4°      (Bureau    of    Sport   Fisheries    and    Wildlife.)      [From    v.    60.] 

*  Paper,  30c. 

L.C.  card  60-64631 

565  178.  Natural  history  of  sandbar  shark,  Eulamia  milberti  [with  list  of  literature 

cited]  ;    by    Stewart    Springer,    1960.     iv-f38    p.    il.    4<»      [From    v.    61.] 

•  Paper,  35c. 

L.C.  card  60-64688 

566  180.  Fecundity  of  red  salmon  at  Brooks  and  Karluk  Lakes,  Alaska  [with  list  of 

literature  cited;  by  Wilbur  L.  Hartman  and  Charles  Y.  Conkle].     1960. 
iv-F53-60  p.  il.  4°      [From  v.  01.]      »  Paper,  15c. 
L.C.  card  61-60122 

Fishery  leaflets.     [Processed.]     t  1 49.28:  (nos.) 

567  254.       List   of  fishery   associations  in   United   States ;    compiled    in   Bureau    of 

Commercial  Fisheries.     Revised  Aug.   1960.      [I960.]      13  p.  4° 

568  336tt.  Commercial  fisheries  outlook,  market,  supplies,  demand,  prices,  Oct.-Dec. 

1960  [with  bibliography  ;  prepared  in  Bureau  of  Commercial  Fisheries.] 
[Oct.  I960.]      cover  title,  44  p.  il.  4"      [Text  on  p.  2  of  cover.] 

Refuge  leaflets.  1 49.44 :  (nos. ) 

569  3.       Mattamuskeet  National   Wildlife   Refuge.     [1952,   revised  I960.]      [I960.] 

[4]  p.  il.  4"      [Processed.]      t 

570  67.     National  Wildlife  Refuges  in  Southeast  region  4.      [Sept.  I960.]      8  p.  il.  4» 

(Bureau  of  Sport  Fisheries  and  Wildlife.)      [Processed.]      f 

571  72.     Union   Slough  National  Wildlife  Refuge.      [Aug.   I960.]      4  p.  11.   4°      (Bu- 

reau of  Sport  Fisheries  and  Wildlife. )      [Processed.]      t 

572  73.     Lake  Ho  National  Wildlife  Refuge.      [Aug.  I960.]      [2]   p.  il.  4°      (Bureau 

of  Sport  Fisheries  and  Wildlife.)      [Processed.]      t 

573  74.     Salt  Plains  National  Wildlife  Refuge.      [Aug.  I960.]     4  p.  il.  4°      (Bureau 

of  Sport  Fisheries  and  Wildlife.)      [Processed.]      t 

574  77.     Waubay  National  Wildlife  Refuge.      [Sept.   I960.]      [4]   p.  il.  4°      (Bureau 

of  Sport  Fisheries  and  Wildlife. )      [Processed.]      t 

575  139.  Birds   of   Bear  River   Refuge.      [1955,    revised   Sept.   I960.]      [I960.]      [4] 

p.  4"     [Processed.]     t 

Special  scientifie  reports :  Fisheries  (series),     t  149.15/2  :( nos.) 

576  347.   Survey  of  ocean  fisheries  off  Delaware  Bay,   supplemental   report,   1954-57 

[with  list  of  literature  cited]  ;  by  John  W.  Reintjes  and  Charles  M. 
Roithmayr.  July  1960.  iv-f-lS  p.  il.  4"  (Bureau  of  Commercial  Fish- 
eries.) 

577  360.  Passamaquoddy    fisheries   investigations,    1957-58,    report   to    International 

Joint  Commission  [with  list  of  literature  cited]  ;  by  International  Passa- 
maquoddy Fisheries  Board.  Aug.  1960.  vii-f40  p.  11.  4"  (Bureau  of 
Commercial  Fisheries.)  [International  Passamaquoddy  Fisheries  Board, 
1956-59,  Scientific  report  2.] 

578  362.  Main-stem    and    tributary    sampling    of    red    salmon    scales    for    population 

studies;  by  Ted  S.  Y.  Koo  and  Howard  D.  Smith.  Aug.  1960.  iii  +  10 
p.  il.  4"  ( [Contribution  no.  58,  College  of  Fisheries,  University  of  Wash- 
ington] ;  Bureau  of  Commercial  Fisheries.) 

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Jantjart  1961 

FLIGHT  STANDARDS  BUREAU,  Federal  Aviation  Agency 

579  Examination  guide,  airline  transport  pilot   (airplane)    [with  list  of  rec- 

ommended study  materials ;  developed  by  Examinations  and  Records 
Division].  Sept.  1960.  [3]  +40  p.  11.  4°  *  Paper,  30c.  •  Item  431-F-3 
L.C.  card  61-60179  FAA  5.8/2  :  P  64 

Quality  control  digest.     •  Item  431-C-ll 

580  5.  Bonding  inspection.     July  1960.     vi  +  48  p.  il.  4°     *  Paper,  40c. 

L.C.  card  60-64771  FAA  5.11 :  5 

FOOD  AND  DRUG  ADMINISTRATION,  Health,Education,  and 
Welfare  Dept. 

581  Food  and  Drug  Administration  [annual  report,  fiscal  year  1959].     [I960.] 

p.  193-216.  [Reprint  from  annual  report  of  Health,  Education  and  Wel- 
fare 1959.]     i 

L.C.'  card  Agr  28-1621  FS  13.101 :  959 

Food  and  drug  technical  bulletin. 

582  1.  Microscopic-analytical    methods    in    food    and    drug   control,    errata.      [19G0.] 

1   p.  4»      [Processed.]      t      •  Item  475-D  FS  13.103/2 :  l/errata 

FOREIGN  AGRICULTURAL  SERVICE,  Agriculture  Dept. 

583  Effect  of  hog  cholers  on  foreign  pork  marli:et.s,  summary  of  remarks  by 

Melville  A.  Drisko,  director  of  Livestock  and  Meat  Products  Division, 
Foreign  Agricultural  Service,  Department  of  Agriculture,  before  De- 
partment of  Agriculture,  Federal  Extension  Service,  Animal  Disease 
Eradication,  Western  regional  hog  cholers  eradication  meeting,  in  Den- 
ver, Colo.,  Aug.  18,  1960.     [I960.]     4  leaves,  4"     [Processed.]     t 

A  67.13  :  D  88/8 
[Foreign  Agricultural  Service,  miscellaneous]  FAS  M  (series) .     t 

A67.26:(nos.) 

584  102.  Agricultural  economy  of  Fiji  [with  selected  list  of  references  ;  by  James  K. 

Freckmann].     Nov.  1960.      [2] +24  p.  4°      [Processed.] 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-31 

585  104.  Food   balances   in  foreign   countries  :    pt.    3,   Estimates  for  20   republics  of 

Latin  America;   [prepared  by  Latin  American  Analysis  Branch].     Nov. 
1960.      [2] +22  p.  4°      [Processed.] 

586  Foreign  agricultural  trade  of  United  States,  fiscal  year  1959-60.  Nov.  1960. 

54  p.  il.  4°    [Processed.    Includes  list  of  publications  of  Foreign  Agricul- 
tural Service  on,  or  related  to.  United  States  foreign  trade  in  agricul- 
tural products.]    t 
L.C.  card  59-61781  A  67.19/3 :  959-60 

587  Foreign  agricultural  trade  outlook  charts,  1961.    Nov.  1960.     cover  title, 

3-59  p.  il.  oblong  8°     [Text  on  p.  2  of  cover.    Page  59  printed  on  p.  3  of 

cover.]    *  Paper,  35c.    •  Item  76-B 

L.C.  card  53-63722  A  67.24:  961 

588  International  animal  feed  symposium  [sponsored  by  U.S.  Department  of 

Agriculture  and  Soybean  Council  of  America,  Inc.,  Washington,  D.C., 
May  4-6,  1959,  papers  presented]  :  Livestock  feeding  and  feed  industry 
in  Belgium ;  [by  G.  Van  Snick,  Emile  P.  Cordiez,  and  Lode  Van  den 
Heuvel].     Washington,  D.C.,  Jirne  1,  1960.     10  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t 

A  67.34 :  B  41 

589      Livestock  feeding  and  feed  industry  in  Denmark  ;  [prepared  by  P.  B. 

Jakobsen,  Mogens  Olesen,  and  H.  M.  Petersen].  Washington,  D.C., 
June  1,  1960.    16  p.  4°     [Processed.]     f  A  67.34 :  D  41 

—  Livestock  feeding  and  feed  industry  in  Switzerland;  [by  Herbert 
Jucker].    Washington,  D.C.,  June  1,  1960.    6  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

A  67.34 :  Sw  6 
^91      Technological  advances  in  livestock  feeding  in  United  Kingdom  ;  [pre- 
pared by  A.  Eden,  S.  K.  Kon.     I.  A.  M.  Lucas].     Washington,  D.C.,  June 
1,  1960.     25  p.  4°      [Processed]      f  A6734:Un3 

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590 


Government  Publications 

C82  Japan's  livestock  boom  may  lead  to  bigger  market  for  U.S.  feed  grains,  by 
Donald  Novotny;  [Million-dollar-day  market  in  Germany  for  U.S.  farm 
products].  [I960.]  p.  10-13,  il.  4°  [Processed.  Reprinted  from  For- 
eign agriculture,  Sept.  I960.]     t  A67.7/a:J27/ 

593  U.S.  agricultural  exports,  fact  sheet,  fiscal  year  1960.    Nov.  1960.    4  p.  4° 

[Processed.]     t  A  67.32:  960 

594  U.S.  agricultural  imports,  fact  sheet,  fiscal  year  1960.    Nov.  1960.    4  p.  4° 

[Processed.]     t  A  67.32/2  :  960 

595  U.S.  grass  &  legume  seeds  exports  reached  highest  crop  year  total  in  5 

years.     [I960.]     [2]  p.  4°     (Grain  and  Feed  Division.)     [Processed.]     t 

A  67.2  :  G  76/3 

596  United  States  cotton  exhibit  at  28th  official  International  Samples  Fair, 

Barcelona,  Spain.    Oct.  1960.     [2]-|-10  p.  il.  4°     [Processed.]     t 

A  67.2 :  C  82/7 

FOREIGN  CLAIMS  SETTLEMENT  COMMISSION 

597  Claims  agreement  between  United  States  and  Polish  Peoples  Republic,  ex- 

cerpts from  International  claims  settlement  act  of  1949,  as  amended,  and 
regulations  issued  pursuant  thereto.  [I960.]  24  p.  narrow  8°  $  •  Item 
1063-C  Y  3.F  76/3  :  5  P  75 

FOREIGN  COMMERCE  BUREAU,  Commerce  Dept. 

598  Sending  gift  packages  to  Canada.     [Oct.   I960.]     4  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  C  16/960 

599  Sending  gift  packages  to  Chile.     [Oct.   I960.]      [2]   p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  C  43/960 

600  Sending  gift  packages  to  Egyptian  region  (UAR).     [Oct.  I960.]     2  p.  4" 

[Processed.]     t  Paper,   10c.  C  42.2  :  Eg  9/960 

601  Sending  gift  packages  to  El  Salvador.    [Sept.  I960.]    2  p.  4°    [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  Sa  3/960 

602  Sending  gift  packages  to  Federation  of  Malaya.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4° 

[Processed.]     t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2 :  M  29/960 

603  Sending  gift  packages  to  Federation  of  Rhodesia  and  Nyasaland.     [Nov. 

I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  R  34/960 

604  Sending  gift  packages  to  Finland.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  F  49/960 

605  Sending   gift  packages    to   Greece.     [Oct.    I960.]     2   p.   4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  G  81/2/960 

606  Sending  gift  packages  to  Guatemala.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2 :  G  93/960 

607  Sending  gift  packages  to  Indonesia.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  0  42.2  :  In  2/960 

608  Sending  gift  packages  to  Mexico.     [Sept.   I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  M  57/960 

609  Sending  gift  packages  to  Morocco.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  M  82/960 

610  Sending  gift  packages  to  Nicaragua.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  N  51/960 

611  Sending  gift  packages  to  Nigeria.     [Sept.   I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  0  42.2 :  N  56/960 

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612  Sending  gift  packages  to  Norway.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2 :  N  83/960 

613  Sending  gift  packages  to  Pakistan.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2 :  P  17/960 

614  Sending  gift  packages  to  Paraguay.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  P  21/960 

615  Sending  gift  packages  to  Philippines.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Pai>er,  10c. 

616  Sending  gift  packages  to  Poland.     [Sept.  I960.]     4  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  P  75/960-2 

617  Sending  gift  packages  to  Portugal.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2 :  P  83/960 

618  Sending  gift  packages  to  Sierra  Leone.     [Nov.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2 :  Si  1/960 

619  Sending  gift  packages  to  Singapore.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  Si  6/960 

620  Sending  gift   packages   to    Spain.     [Sept.   I960.]     2   p.   4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  Sp  1/960 

621  Sending  gift  packages  to  Sweden.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  Sw  3/960 

622  Sending  gift   packages   to   Syria.     [Sept.    1957.]     2   p.   4"     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  Sy  8 

623  Sending  gift  packages   to   Taiwan    (Formosa).     [Sept.    I960.]     2   p.   4" 

[Processed.]     t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  T  13/960 

624  Sending  gift  packages  to  Thailand.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2 :  T  32/960 

625  Sending  gift  packages   to  Turkey.     [Oct.   I960.]     2   p.   4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  T  84/960 

626  Sending  gift  packages  to  Union  of  South  Africa.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4° 

[Processed.]     t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  Un  33/2/960 

627  Sending  gift  packages  to  United  Kingdom.     [Sept.  I960.]     4  p.  4"     [Proc- 

essed.]    t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  Un  34/960 

628  Sending  gift  packages  to  Venezuela.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2  :  V  55/960 

629  Sending  gift  packages  to  Viet-Nam.     [Sept.  I960.]     2  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t  Paper,  10c.  C  42.2 :  V  67/960 

630  U.S.  trade  missions  abroad,  foreign  businessmen  meet  U.S.  businessmen. 

[I960.]     [8]  p.  il.  narrow  8°     [Processed.]     t  C  42.2 :  T  67/9 

World  trade  information  service:  pt.  1,  Economic  reports.  [Issued  ir- 
regularly.] *  Paper,  $6.00  a  yr.,  $3.75  additional  for  foreign  mailing; 
single  copy  each  10c.  ( 1-3  yr.  subs. ) .     •  Item  231-B     C  42.13/1 :  (nos.) 

631  60—43.  Basic  data  on  economy  of  Poland  [with  bibliograpliy  ;  prepared  bv  George 

W.Caldwell,  jr.].      [Sept.  I960.]      20  p.  il.  4» 

632  60—45.  Basic  data  on  economy  of  Thailand  ;  [prepared  by  Paul  A.  Mayer].      [Sept. 

I960.]      16  p.  il.  4°      [Supersedes  pt.  1,  no.  56-82,  Dec.  1956.] 

633  60—46.  Establishing    business    in    Netherlands    [with   bibliography ;    prepared    In 

European  Division,  Office  of  Economic  Affairs].      [Sept.  I960.]      9  p.  4° 
[Supersedes  pt.  1,  no.  58-72,  Oct.  1958.] 

634  60—47.  Basic  data  on  economy  of  Guatemala  ;    [prepared  by   Richard   P.   Rice]. 

[Oct.  I960.]      18  p.  il.  40      [Supersedes  pt.  1,  no.  56-46,  May  1956.] 

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regularly.] *  Paper,  $6.00  a  yr.,  $5.00  additional  for  foreign  mailing; 
single  copy,  each  10c.  1-3  yr.  subs.).     •  Item  231-B         0 42.13/2 : (nos.) 

635  60-36.  Licensing  and  exchange  controls,  Iran  ;    [prepared  by  Alan  H.  Garland]. 

[Oct.  I960.]      10  p.  4°      [Supersedes  no.  59-72,  Sept.  1959.] 

636  60-51.  Licensing  and  exchange  controls.  Hong  Kong  ;    [arranged  for  publication 

by  E^ar  Eastern  Division,  Bureau  of  Foreign  Commerce].  [Oct.  I960.] 
8  p.  4"      [Supersedes  pt.  2,  no.  56-04,  July  1956.] 

637  60-53.  Licensing  and  exchange  controls,  Norway  ;    [prepared  in  European  Divi- 

sion, Office  of  Economic  Affairs].  [Oct.  I960.]  3  p.  4">  [Supersedes 
pt.  2,  no.  57-61,  June  1957.] 

638  60-54.   Living  conditions  in  Netherlands  ;  [prepared  in  European  Division,  Office 

of  Economic  Affairs].  [Oct.  I960.]  7  p.  4»  [Supersedes  pt.  2,  no.  57- 
60,  June  1957.] 

639  60-55.  Licensing  and  exchange  controls,  Ethiopia   [with  bibliography  ;  prepared 

by  Richard  C.  Graham].  [Oct.  I960.]  4  p.  4°  [Supersedes  pt.  2,  no. 
56-93.  Sept.  1956.] 

640  60—56.  Preparing  shipments  to  Fed.  Rep.  of  Germany  and  West  Berlin  ;  [prepared 

in  European  Division,  Office  of  Economic  Affairs].  [Nov.  I960.]  5  p.  4° 
[Supersedes  pt.  2,  no.  56-57,  June  1956.] 

641  60-57.  Licensing  and  exchange  controls,  Denmark  ;   [prepared  by  European  Divi- 

sion, Office  of  Economic  Affairs].  [Oct.  I960.]  5  p.  4°  [Supersedes  pt. 
2,  no.  56-54,  May  1956.     Publication  reads,  incorrectly,   56-24.] 

642  60-59.  Import  tariff   svstem   of   Iran  ;    [prepared   in   Africa-Near   East  Division, 

Office  of  Economic  Affairs].  [Nov.  I960.]  2  p.  4<>  [Supersedes  pt.  2, 
no.  59-85,  Dec.  1959.] 

643  60-60.  Import  tariff  system  of  India  ;   [prepared  in  Far  Eastern  Division,  Office 

of  Economic  Affairs].  [Nov.  I960.]  2  p.  4°  [Supersedes  pt.  2,  no. 
58-32,  Apr.  1958.] 

644  60-61.  Import   tariff   system   of   New    Zealand ;    [prepared   In    British    Common- 

wealth Division,  Office  of  Economic  Affairs].  [Nov.  I960.]  2  p.  4° 
[Supersedes  pt.  2,  no.  57-97,  Sept.  1957.] 

645  60-62.  Import  tariff  system  of  Australia  ;    [prepared   in  Britisli  Commonwealth 

Division,  Office  of  Economic  Affairs].  [Nov.  I960.]  2  p.  4"  [Super- 
sedes pt.  2,  no.  57-36,  Mar.  1957.] 

World  trade  information  service :  pt.  8,  Statistical  reports.  Issued  irregu- 
larly.] *  Paper,  $6.00  a  yr.,  $2.50  additional  for  foreign  mailing;  single 
copy  each  20c.  (1-3  yr.  subs.).     •  Item  231-B  C  42.13/3  :  (nos.) 

646  60-33.  Contribution  of  imports  to  U.S.  raw  material  supplies,  1959  and  compari- 

sons with  1955-58  ;  [prepared  by  Muriel  S.  Moore]  [Nov.  I960.]  8  p. 
11.  4» 

647  60-34.  Trade  of  United  States  with   Western  Europe,  years,  1958-59,  and  half- 

years,  Jan.-June,  1958-60 ;  [prepared  by  International  Economic 
Analysis  Division,  Office  of  Economic  Affairs].      [Nov.  I960.]     4  p.  4° 

648  60-35.  Foreign    trade  of   Dominican   Republic,    1958-59 ;    [prepared   by   Interna- 

tional Economic  Analysis  Division,  Office  of  Economic  Affairs].  [Nov. 
I960.]    4p.  4» 

649  60-36.  Foreign    trade   of   Indonesia,   1958-59  ;    [prepared  by   International  Eco- 

nomic Analysis  Division,  Office  of  Economic  Affairs].  [Nov.  I960.] 
4  p.  4° 

650  60-37.  Trade  of   United   States  with   southern.    Southeastern  and   Eastern   Asia 

years,  1958-59,  and  half-years,  Jan.-June  1958-60  ;  [prepared  in  Eco- 
nomic Analysis  Division,  Office  of  Economic  Affairs].  [Nov.  I960.]  4 
p.  40 

FOREIGN-TRADE  ZONES  BOARD 

651  Joint   report   of   examiners'  committee   on   application  of   Toledo-Lucas 

County  Port  Authority  for  grant  to  establish  and  to  operate  foreign- 
trade  zone  in  port  of  Toledo,  Ohio.  [I960.]  [l]+25  leaves,  4°  [Proc- 
essed.]    t  FTZ1.2:T57 

652  Report  on  physical  requirements  for  proposed  foreign  trade  zone,  port  of 

Toledo,  Toledo,  Ohio ;  prepared  by  Woodrow  W.  Wilson.  Sept.  1960. 
[l]-f  4  leaves,  4°     [Processed.]     t  FTZ  1.2 :  T  57/2 

FOREST  SERVICE,  Agriculture  Dept. 

653  Economics  of  white  pine  blister  rust  control  in  Lake  States  [with  list  of 

literature  cited]  ;  by  D.  B.  King,  C.  H.  Stoltenberg,  and  R.  J.  Marty. 

[  Juue  I960.]     vi-f  40+  [45]  p.  il.  4°     f 

L.C.  card  Agr  61-5  A  13.2  :  R  92/3 

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654  Forest  pest  conditions  in  California  as  revealed  by  surveys  during  1959, 

official  report  of  California  Forest  Pest  Control  Action  Council ;  [pre- 
pared by  Pacific  Southwest  Forest  and  Range  Experiment  Station  in 
cooperation  with  other  members  of  Council].     [California  Division  of 
Forestry],  Sacramento,  May  19G0.     [4] +35  p.  il.  4°     [Processed.]     t 
L.C.  card  51-61968  A  13.62/2  :  P  44 

Forest  Products  Laboratory  :  [Reports].     [Processed.]     t 

A  13.27/14  :(nos.) 

655  1637-27.  Improved  harvesting  methods,  equipment  survey  notes  :   Wyssen  cable 

system  [with  list  ot  references;  by  E.  W.  Fobes].  44-[l]  p.  il.  4° 
[Issued  with  perforations.] 

656  1769-26.  News  and  views  of  this  kiln  drying  business  :  Problem,  Can  American 

elm  be  dried  without  excessive  warping?     July  1960.     4+  [2]  p.  il.  4° 

657  1769-27.  News  and  views  of  this  kiln  drying  business  :  Problem,  Method  of  cal- 

culating shrinkage  or  swelling  of  wood  with  change  in  moisture  con- 
tent.    May  1960.     9  p.  4'> 

658  1874.  Torsion  of  sandwich  panels  of  trapezoidal,  triangular,  and  rectangular 

cross  sections  [with  list  of  literature  cited;  by  Shun  Cheng].  June 
1960.  cover  title,  16+ [4]  p.  il.  4"  [This  report  is  one  of  series 
issued  in  cooperation  with  ANC-23  panel  on  flight  vehicles  of  De- 
partments of  Air  Force,  Navy,  and  Commerce.  ] 

659  1876.  Compressive  buckling  curves  for  sandwich  cylinders  having  orthotropic 

facings;  [by  Charles  B.  Norris  and  John  J.  Zahn].  July  1960.  cover 
title,  10+ [8]  p.  il.  4°  [This  report  is  one  of  series  issued  in  co- 
operation with  ANC-23  Panel  on  Composite  Construction  for  Flight 
Vehicles  of  Departments  of  Air  Force,  Navy,  and  Commerce.] 

660  2155.  Spacing  of  sixpenny  and  eightpenny  wire  nails  in  Douglas-fir  multi-nail 

joints  [with  list  of  literature  cited;  by  Augustin  N.  Kamos,  jr.]. 
Aug.  1960.     cover  title,  14+  [26]  p.  il.  4" 

661  2189.  Sulfate  and  prehydrolysis-sulfate  pulps  for  nitration,  relation  of  pulps 

characteristics  to  certain  preparation  variables  [with  list  of  litera- 
ture cited;  bv  F.  A.  Simmonds  and  G.  H.  Chidester].  June  1960. 
cover  title,  20+  [22]  p.  4° 

662  2192.         Modified  woods   [with  list  of  literature  cited;   by  Alfred  J.   Stamm]. 

June  1960.     cover  title,  22+  [6]  p.  il.  4° 

663  2194.  Method  of  indirect  calculation  for  use  in  log  grade  analyses  ;   [by  D.  O. 

Yandle].     July  1960.     cover  title,  26+ [2]  p.  4° 

664  2197.  Importance  of  balanced  construction  in  plastic-faced  wood  panels ;   [by 

B.  G.  Heebink].     Aug.  1960.     cover  title,  4+ [2]   p.  il.  4° 

Technical  notes.     [Processed.]     t  A  13.27/9  :(nos.) 

665  181.  Coatings  for   minimizing  changes  in   moisture   content  of   wood.     Revised 

Apr.  1960.      [I960.]      6  p. 

666  263.  FPL  show-through  comparator  for  furniture  panels.     Aug.  1960.     8  p.  il. 

667  Forest  regions  of  United  States  [map,  with  list  of  principal  trees  of  forest 

regions  and  general  descriptions  of  forest  regions].     Revised  Sept.  1960. 
1960.     1  p.   il.  f     (M-5154.)     *  Paper,   10c.  A  13.28 :  F  76/2/960 

Intermountain   Forest   &   Range   Experiment    Station :    Research   notes. 
[  Processed.  ]     t  A  13.65/8 :  ( nos. ) 

668  78.  Relationship  of  diameter  to  height  of  attack  in  lodgepole  pine  infested  by 

mountain  pine  beetle  ;  [by]  Donn  B.  Cahill.     July  1960.     4  p.  il.  4" 

669  80.  Effect  of  hydrogen  peroxide  on  germination  in  3  western  conifers  ;  Raymond  C. 

Shearer  and  David  Tackle.     Oct.  1960.     4  p.  il.  4" 

Lake  States  Forest  Experiment  Station :  Station  papers.     [Processed.]     t 

A  13.61/8:  (nos.) 

670  S3.  European  pine  shoot  moth  damage  as  related  to  red  pine  growth  [with  list 

of  literature  cited]  ;  by  Herman  J.  Heikkenen  and  William  E.  Miller.     Aug. 
1960.      [2]+12  p.  il.  4" 

671  84.  Streambank    stabilization    in    Michigan,    survey ;    by    W.    D.    StrifHer.     Aug. 

1960. 

Technical  notes.     [Processed.]     t  A  13.61/10:  (nos.) 

672  591.  Viability  of  Balsam  fir  seed  depends  on  age  of  tree  ;  [by]   John  W.  Benzie. 

Oct.  19G0.      [2]  p.  4» 

673  592.  European   pine   shoot   moth   damage   reduced   on   sheared   Christmas    trees  ; 

[by  William  B.  Miller,  John  L.  Arend.]      [Oct.   I960.]      [2]    p.  4» 

674  593.  Residual  stand  density  and  early  development  of  northern  hardwood  repro- 

duction  in    upper   Michigan  ;    [by]    Thomas    W.   Church,    jr.     Oct.    1960. 
[2]  p.  40 

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essed. ]     t  A  13.42/20 :  ( nos. ) 

675  100.   Seven  years  later,  effects  of  wildfire  in  young  stand  of  Virginia  pine  and 

hardwoods  ;  [by  Ricliard  H.  Penton].     19C0.     4p.il. 

676  101.  Nematodes  inhabit  soils  of  forest  and  clear-cut  areas  ;    [by   Alex  L.   Shigo 

and  George  Yelenosky].     1960.     4p.il. 

Pacific  Northwest  Forest  and  Range  Experiment  Station :  Research  notes. 
[Processed.]     t  A  13.66/7:  (nos.) 

677  184.  Merchantable  height  of  trees  in  Oregon,  comparison  of  current  logging  prac- 

tice and  volume  table  specifications  ;  by  Don  Minore  and  Donald  R.  Gedney. 
Mar.  1960.     5  p.  il.  4° 

678  187.  Effect  of  gibberellic  acid  and  cold  treatments  on  germination  of  bitterbrush 

seed  ;  by  Burt  R.  McConnell.     May  1960.     4  p.  il.  4» 

679  190.  Long-suppressed   ponderosa  pine  seedlings,   respond   to   release  ;   by   Walter 

G.  Dahms.     Aug.  1960.     3  p.  4° 

Researcli  paper.     [Processed.] 

680  34.     Occurrence   of   shrubs   and   herbaceous   vegetation   after   clear   cutting  old- 

growth  Douglas-fir  in  Oregon  Cascades  [with  list  of  literature  cited]  ; 
by  Vern  P.  Yerkes.     Apr.  1960.      [2]-F12  p.  4"  A  13.66/10:  34 

Pacific  Southwest  Forest  and  Range  Experiment  Station :  Miscellaneous 
papers.     [Processed.]     f  A  13.62/9:  (nos.) 

681  33.     Directions  for  using  lindane  sprays  to  control  IPS  beetles  in  California  ;  by 

Robert  L.  Lyon.     Revised  May  1960.      [I960.]     cover  title,    [l]-|-8  p.  4» 

682  42.     Rangeland  drill  used  in  reforestation  in  California  ;  by  Gilbert  H.  Schubert, 

John  M.  Buck,  and  Anthony  B.  Evanko.     Jan.  1960.     4  p.  il.  4° 

— —  Research  notes.     [Processed.]  A  13.62/7  :  (nos.) 

683  158.  Effect  of  timber   overstory   on   deer  habitat    in    mixed    conifer   type ;    [by] 

Lowell  Adams  and  David  J.  Duuaway.     May  1960.     2  p.  il.  4" 

684  159.  Cistus,  fuel   moisture,   and  flammability  ;   by   James   M.  Olsen.     May    1960. 

2  p.  il.  40 

685  161.  1959   green-fuel  moisture  and  soil  moisture  trends  in   southern   California 

[with  list  of  literature  cited]  ;  by  James  M.  Olsen.  July  1960.  8  p. 
il.  4» 

686  162.  Effect  of  solid  storage  on  uniformity  of  final  moisture  content  of  kiln  dried 

lumber  ;  [by]  Harvey  H.  Smith,  John  R.  Dittman.     July  1960.     5  p.  il.  4<> 

^Technical  papers.     [Processed.]     t  A  13.62/10:  (nos.) 

687  43.   Insect-caused  mortality  in  relation  to  methods  of  cutting  in  ponderosa  pine 

on  Blacks  Mountain  Experimental  Forest  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by 
Charles  B.  Eaton.     Oct.  1959.      [3]  leaves-f33  p.  il.  4° 

688  46.     Proposed  program  for  watershed  management  research  in  lower  conifer  zone 

of  California  [with  list  of  literature  cited  ;  by]  H.  W.  Anderson.  Apr. 
1900.    cover  title,  [1]  +21  p.  il.  4" 

689  48.     Slash   weight   tables   for  Westside  mixed   conifers    [with   list  of   literature 

cited;  by]  Craig  C.  Chandler.  July  1960.  cover  title,  [l]-f-21  p.  4° 
[An  insert  entitled:  Dry  weight  of  slash,  ponderosa  pine,  crown  length 
20%  of  total  tree  height,  1  p.  oblong  8°  was  issued  also.] 

690  Report  of  chief  of  Forest  Service,  1959.    [I960.]    v-f  41  p.    [Covers  calendar 

year  activities  unless  otherwise  identified ;  where  recoi-ds  are  on  fiscal 

year  basis,  they  are  so  reported.]     *  Paper,  25c.     •  Item  80 

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Rocky  Mountain  Forest  and  Range  Experiment  Station :  Research  notes. 
[ Processed. ]     f  A  13.69/8  :  ( nos. ) 

691  46.  Estimating   tree   diameters    of   Arizona   ponderosa   pine   from    aerial    photo- 

graphs ;  by  Charles  O.  Minor.    June  1960.    2  p.  4° 

692  50.  Use  of  root  plow  in  clearing  tamarisk  stands  ;  by  J.  S.  Horton.     Aug.  1960. 

6  p.  il.  4° 

Station  papers.     [Processed.]     t  A  13.69/7 :  (nos.) 

693  48.  Seed   germination    and    seedling    estal)lishment   of   phreatophyte   species  ;    by 

J.  S.  Horton,  F.  C.  Mounts,  and  J.  M.  Kraft.     Apr.  1960.    cover  title,  [IJ-f- 
26  p.  il.  4" 

694  52.  Protect  your  pines  from  bark  beetles  ;  bv  H.   Eugene  Ostmark  &  Calvin  L. 

Massey.     [Oct.  I960.]     cover  title,  19  p.  il.  12" 

695  53.  Test  of  skyline  cable  logging  on  steep  slopes,  progress  report    [with  list  of 

literature  cited]  ;  by  Francis  R.  Herman.     Oct.  1960.     cover  title,  [1]-+-17 
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696  Sources  of  lumber  for  furniture  plants  in  North  Carolina ;  by  Richard  C. 

Rodenbach.  July  1960.  [7]  p.  il.  ( [Southeastern  Forest  Experiment 
Station.])      [Processed.]     t  A  13.63/2 :  L  97 

Southeastern  Forest  Experiment  Station:  Research  notes.  [Proc- 
essed.]    t  A  13.63/11 :  (nos.) 

697  148.  Time-temperature  relationships  of  test  head  fires  and  backfires.     June  1960. 

[2]  p.  11.4" 

698  149.  Fuel  weights  of  pond  pine  crowns;   [by  G.  W.  Wendel].     June  1960.      [2] 

p.  11.  4° 

Southern  Forest  Experiment  Station :  Occasional  paper.     [Processed.]     t 

699  177.  Weight-scaling  southern  pine  saw  logs   fwlth   list  of  literature  cited  ;  by] 

Sam    Guttenberg,    Donald    Fassnacht,    William    C.    Siegel.      1960.      cover 
title,    [2]  4-6  p.   il.  4<>  A  13.40/6  :  177 

700  Special  problems  of  small  forest   owner   in   United    States,    [paper]    by 

Leonard  I.  Barrett,  Forest  Service,  Department  of  Agriculture,  at  5th 
World  Forestry  Congress,  Seattle,  Wash.,  Aug.  29-Sept.  10,  1960.  [I960.] 
21  p.  +  [15]   leaves,  4"     [Processed.]     t  A  13.35  :B  27 

701  State  trees  [list].    Revised  Nov.  1960.     [I960.]     4  p.  il.  4°     ([K-19.])     t 

•  Item  84  A  13.2  :  T  71/17/960 

702  Thickness  variation  of  lumber  cut  in  1959  by  circular  mills  in  North 

Carolina ;  by  Richard  C.  Rodenbach  and  Howard  J.  Doyle.  July  1960. 
[2]-|-9  p.  il.  ([Southeastern  Forest  Experiment  Station.])  [Proc- 
essed.]    t  A  13.63/2 :  L  97/2 

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GEOLOGICAL  SURVEY,  Interior  Dept. 

Bulletins.     •  Item  620  1 19.3  :  (nos.) 

704  1096-A.  ,  ^  ,  ^       ..       „ 

Geology  of  Grosvenor  quadrangle  Brown  and  Coleman  Counties,  Tex. 
[with  list  of  literature  cited]  :  by  Robert  T.  Terriere.  1960.  iv-f  35 
p.  11.  3  pi.  in  pocket.  [Pennsylvanian  and  lower  permian  stratigraphy 
between  Brazos  and  Colorado  Rivers,  north-central,  Texas.  One  plate 
is  colored.]      *  Paper,  $1.00. 

705  1121— B. 

Illinoian  outwash  in  southeastern  Pennsylvania  [with  list  of  refer- 
ences] ;  by  W.  N.  Lockwood  and  Harold  Meisler.  1960.  iii-f-Bl-B9 
p.  il.  [Prepared  in  cooperation  with  Pennsylvania  Geological  Survey, 
Department  of  Internal  Affairs,  Pennsylvania.  Contributions  to 
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Circular,     t 

706  430.  Opportunities  and  responsibilities  of  earth  scientists  in  nuclear  age   [with 

list  of  available   literature]  ;   by   E.   B.   Eckel.     Washington,    D.C.,    1960. 
[2]-f-8  p.  4°      [Processed.     Prepared  on  behalf  of  Atomic  Energy   Com- 
mission.    Presented  at  annual  meeting  of  California  Association  of  Engi- 
neering Geologists,   Los  Angeles,  Calif.,  Oct.  9-10,   1959.] 
L.C.  cird  GS  60-298  1 19.4/2  :  430 

707  Pacific  Northwest  water  resources  summary,  annual  summary,  water  year 

1960.  [I960.]  [8]  p.  il.  4°  [Processed.  Prepared  in  collaboration 
with  Canada-Department  of  Northern  Affairs  and  National  Resources. 
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Professional  paper.     •  Item  624 

708  343.  Geology    and   ore   deposits   of    Summitville    district,    San    Juan    Mountains, 

Colo,   [with  list  of  literature  cited]  ;  by  Thomas  A.  Steven  and  James  C. 
Ratte.     1960.     lv  +  70-f  [1]   p.   11.   9  pi.,   5  are  in   pocket,  4°      [Prepared 
in  cooperation  with   Colorado  Metal  Mining  Fund  Board.     Three  plates 
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709  Summary  of  flood  discharges  in  Oregon  for  flood  of  Nov.  24-25,  1960. 

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essed.]    ■\  1 19.2:  Or  3 

Topographic  instructions :  Book  3,  Mapping  procedures.     •  Item  624-A 

710  chap.  3F5. 

Kelsh  plotter  procedures,  instructions  In  standard  operating  proce- 
dures for  Kelsh  plotter,  IncludinE;  description  of  equipment.  [I960.] 
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*  Paper,  35c.  I  19.15/4  :  bk.3/chap.3  F  5 

711  chap.  3G1. 

Planimetric  map  compilation  with  trimetrogon  photographs,  instruc- 
tions for  preparing  small-scale  maps  and  charts  from  trimetrogon 
aerial  photographs.  [I960.]  vii  +  28  p.  il.  4°  [Part  3G,  Special 
photogrammetric  procedures.  Issued  with  perforations.]  *  Paper, 
30c.  I  19.15/4  :  bk.3/chap.3  G  1 

712  Water  resources  revievf,  annual  summary,  water  year  1960;  [prepared  by 

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Water  supply  papers.     *  Item  625  1 19.13  :(nos.) 

713  1302.  Compilation  of  recoi'ds  of  surface  waters  of  United  States  through   Sept. 

1950  ;   pt.   1-B,  North  Atlantic  slope  basins.  New  York  to  York  River ; 
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pocket.     *  Paner,  $2.50. 
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714  1480.  Evaporation    control    research,    1955-58    [with    list    of    references    cited]  ; 

by  Robert  R.  Cnise  and  G.  Earl  Harbeck,  Jr.     1900.     iv  +  45  p.  il.  1  pi. 
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715  1520.  Quality  of  surface  waters  of  United  States,  1957  :  pts.  1-4,  North  Atlantic 

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716  1524.  Quality  of  surface  waters  for  irrigation,  western  United  States,  1957  [with 

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Division].     1960.     viii  +  183  p.  1  pi.     *  Paper,  $1.00. 
L.C.  card  GS  55-331 

717  1621.   Surface   water   supply   of  United   States.    1959  :    pt.    1-A,    North   Atlantic 

slope  basins,  Maine  to  Connecticut :  [prepared  by  personnel  of  Water 
Resources  Division].  1960.  viii  +  276  p.  il.  [Prepared  in  coopera- 
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York,  Rhode  Island,  and  Vermont,  and  with  other  agencies.]  *  Paper, 
.SI. 00. 
L.C.  card  46-40712 

718  1629.  Surface  water   supply   of   United    States,    1959  :    pt.    6-A,    Missouri   River 

basin  above  Sionx  City,  Iowa  ;  [prepared  by  personnel  of  Water  Resources 
Division],     1960.     x  +  415  p.   il.      [Prepared  in  cooperation   with  Iowa, 
Minnesota,  Montana,  Nebraska,  North  Dakota,  Soutli  Dakota,  and  Wyo- 
ming, and  with  other  agencies.]      *  Paper,  $1.50. 
L.C.  card  46-40712 

719  1633.   Surface  water  supply  of  United  States,  1959  :  pt.  9,  Colorado  River  basin  ; 

[prepared  by  personnel  of  Water  Resources  Division].      [I960.]      xi-f  506 
p.    il.      [Prepat'cd    in    cooperation    with    Arizona,    California,    Colorado, 
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*  Paper,  $1.7.5. 
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720  1634.  Surface  water  supply  of  United  States,  1959  :  pt.  10,  Great  Basin  :    [pre- 

pared   by   personnel    of   Water   Resources    Division].      1960.      viii-|-247 
p.  il.     [Prepared  In  cooperation  with  California,  Idaho,  Nevada.  Oregon, 
Utah,  and  Wyoming,  and  with  other  agencies.]      *  Paper,   $1.00. 
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721  1636.   Surface  water  supply  of  United  States,  1959  :  pt.  12,  Pacific  slope  basins 

in    Washington    and    Upper   Columbia    River   basin;    [prepared    by    per- 
sonnel of  Water  Resources  Division].     [I960.]     x-|-402  p.  il.     [Prepared 
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722  1637.  Surface  water  supply  of  United  States,  1959  :  pt.  13,  Snake  River  Basin  ; 

Iprepared  by  personuel  of  Water  Resources  Division].  1900.  ix-|-271 
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Washington,  and  Wyoming,  and  with  other  agencies.]  *  Paper,  $1.00. 
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HOUSING  AND  HOME  FINANCE  AGENCY 

723  Basic  statutes  [public  regulations,  and  formal  orders  of  administrator, 

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"724      Capital  funds  for  housing  in  United  States ;  [prepared  by  Division  of  Eco- 
nomics and  Program  Studies  for  use  of  Office  of  International  Housing, 
Office  of  Administrator] .     July  1900.     [3]  +32  p.  oblong  8°     *  Paper,  40c. 
•  Item  582 
L.C.  card  60-61537  HH  1.2  :  F  96/960-2 

"725      Suggested  land  subdivision  regulations  [with  bibliography].    Revised  July 
1960.    [I960.]    iii+68p.il.4°    *  Paper,  50c.    •  Item  584 
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HYDROGRAPHIC  OFFICE  (Navy),  Defense  Dept. 

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cording to  chart  numbers.     [1900.]     35  p.     [Semiannual.]     t 

D  203.21/2 :  960 

H.O.  publications.     •Item  378    (Rev.  1957)  D  203.22 :  (nos.) 

727  11.     Change  5,  Sept.  17,  1960,  to  Sailing  directions  for  British  Columbia,  v.  2, 

5th  edition,  1952.     1960.      [32]   p.  il.  4"      [Formerly  11. 0.  pub.  176.     In- 
cludes list  of  effective  pages.     Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]      t  Paper,  35c. 

728  35.     Change  7,  Sept.  24,  1960,  to  Sailing  directions  for  east  coast  of  England,  5th 

edition,    1951.     1960.      [44]    p.    il.    4°      [Formerly    H.O.    pub.    150.     In- 
cludes list  of  effective  pages.     Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]      t  Paper,  35c. 

729  44.     Change  5 ;   Oct.  8,   1960   to  Sailing  directions  for  Baltic,   v.  3,   3d  edition 

1952.     1960.     [188]  p.  il.  4°     [Includes  list  of  effective  pages.     Issued  in 
loose-leaf  form.     Formerly  no.  143.]      t  Paper,  35c. 

730  46.     Change  6,  Oct.  1,  1960,  Sailing  directions  for  northwest  and  north  coast  of 

Norway,  4th  edition,   1952.     1960.      [118]   p.   il.  4°      [Formerly  no.   136. 
Includes  list  of  effective  pages.     Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]      t  Paper,  35c. 

731  55.     Change  7  ;  Nov.  5,  1960,  Sailing  directions  for  Mediterranean,  v.  4,  2d  edi- 

tion, 1951.     1960.      [76]  p.  il.  4"     [Formerly  no.  154A.     Includes  list  of 
effective  pages.    Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     f  Paper,  35c. 

732  56.     Change  6,  Oct.  29,  1960,  Sailing  directions  for  Mediterranean,  v.  5,  2d  edi- 

tion, 1952.     1960.     [76]  p.  il.  4°     [Formerly  no.  154B.     Includes  list  of 
effective  pages.    Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     t  Paper,  35c. 

733  76.     Change  5,  Oct.  15,  1960  to   Sailing  directions  for  southeast  coast  of  Aus- 

tralia, 3d  edition,  1952   (formerly  no.  168).     1960.      [124]   p.  il.  4°     [In- 
cludes list  of  effective  pages.     Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]      f  Paper,  35c. 

734  94.     Change  1,  Oct.  8,  1960,   Sailing  directions  for  coast  of  China,  6th  edition, 

1959.  1960.      [132]  p.  il  4<>      [Formerly  H.O.  pub.  124.     Includes  list  of 
effective  pages.    Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     f  Paper,  35c. 

735  116.  List  of  lights  and  fog  signals,  Baltic  Sea,  with  Kattegat,  belts  and  sound 

and   Gulf  of  Bothnia,   pt.  4  ;  June  11,  1960.     1st  edition.     1960.      [53] 
p.  4°     [Includes  list  of  effective  pages  and  Notice  to  mariners  no.  24  of 

1960.  Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.     Formerly  H.O.  35.]     t  Paper,  40c. 
L.C.  card  7-24405 

736  117.  Radio  navigational   aids,  pt.   3;    Sept.   3,   1960.      2d  edition.      1960.      [75] 

p.  il.  4"      [Formerly  no.  205.     Includes  list  of  effective  pages  and  Notice  to 
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738  Statistics    coucerning    Indian    education,    [Haskell    Press,    Sept.    I960.] 

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INTERIOR  DEPARTMENT 

[Saline  water]  research  and  development  progress  reports.     [Processed.] 

I1.88:(nos.) 

739  43.  Study  and  development  of  Hickman  sea-water  still   [with  list  of  references]  ; 

by  W.  L.  Buckel  [and  others].  Sept.  1960.  [151]  p.  11.  4°  (Office  of 
Saline  Water.  [Prepared  by  Battelle  Memorial  Institute  under  contract 
14-01-001-104.]      *  Paper,  $3.00  (PB  171030). 

740  44.  Properties  of  gas  hydrates  and  their  use  in  demineralizing  sea  water  [with 

bibliographies]  ;  by  Allen  J.  Barduhn,  Howard  E.  Towlson,  and  Yee-Chien 
Hu.  Sept.  1960.  [4] +69  p.  il.  4°  (Office  of  Saline  Water.)  [Prepared 
by  Syracuse  University  Research  Institute,  Syracuse,  N.Y.  under  con- 
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INTERNAL  REVENUE  SERVICE,  Treasury  Dept. 

741  Commissioner  of  internal  revenue,  annual  report  fiscal  year  1960  [with 

statistical  tables].  [I960.]  xiii+168  p.  il.  (Publication  55.)  [Also 
issued  as  H.  doc.  6,  87th  Cong.,  1st  sess.]  *  Paper,  65c.  •  Item  955 
L.C.  card  9-35242  T  22.1 :  960 

742  Do  you  need  a  will?     [I960.]     [4]  p.     (Document  no.  5249   (8-60).)     t 

•  Item  956  T  22.2 :  W  66 

743  Internal   revenue   bulletin,    cumulative   bulletin    960-1,    Jan.-June   1960. 

[I960.]     cover  title,  xiv+923  p.     [Semiannual.     Includes  Revenue  rul- 
ings 58^53,  supp.  6,  and  60-1  to  60-231,  also  Revenue  procedures  60-1 
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744  Tax  guide  for  small  business,  individuals,  corporations,  partnerships,  in- 

come, excise,  and  employment  taxes.  1961  edition,  revised  to  Oct.  1960. 
[I960.]  143  p.  il.  4"  (Publication  334.)  *  Paper,  40c.  •  Item  956-A 
L.C.  card  57-60150  T  22.19/2  :  Sm  1/961 

745  Teaching    Federal    income    taxes:    General.     [Revised    Oct.    10,    I960.] 

[I960.]     cover  title,    78+ [1]    p.    il.   4°     (Publication   19.)     t     •  Item 

956-A 

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Title  26  ( 1954 ) .  Code  of  Federal  regulations,  pt.     •  Item  961 

746  213.  Distribution    and   use   of   tax-free   alcohol.      [I960.]     cover   title,    16    p.    40 

(Publication  444    [Sept.    I960].)      [Issued  with   perforations.]      *  Paper, 

15c. 

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747  Your  Federal  income  tax  [for  individuals].     1961  edition  (revised  to  Oct. 

1960).     [I960.]     143  p.  il.  4°     (Publication  17.)     *  Paper,  40c.     ©Item 

964-B 

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INTERSTATE  COMMERCE  C0M3IISSI0N 

748  Cost  of  transporting  freight  by  class  1  and  class  2  motor  common  carriers 

of  general  commodities,  Rocky  Mountain  region,  1959 ;  prepared  by  Cost 
Finding  Section.     Nov.  1960.     iv+47  p.  il.  4°     (Statement  6-60;  Bureau 
of  Accounts.)      [This  study,  issued  as  information,  has  not  been  adopted 
by  Interstate  Commerce  Commission.]     *  Paper,  35c.     •  Item  682-A 
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749  Rail-highway   grade-crossing   accidents   for   year   ended   Dec.   31,    1959. 

Washington,  D.C.,  Oct.  1960.     [6]-|-37  p.  il.  4°     (Statement  603,  file  no. 
4-B-l;    Bureau    of    Transport    Economics    and    Statistics.)     [Proc- 
essed.]    t 
L.C.  card  A  38-1029  IC  1  acci.8 :  959 

Railroad  accident  investigation  reports.    [Processed,]    t 

IC  lacci.5  :(nos.) 

750  38S6.  Erie  Railroad  Company,  Pompton  Plains,   N.J.,  July   11,  1960.      [I960.] 

7  p.  il.  1  pi.  4» 

751  3887.  Chicago,    Milwaukee,    St.    Paul   and    Pacific    Railroad    Company,    Newport, 

Minn.,  July  IS,  1900.     [I960.]     8  p.  il.  2  pi.  4" 

752  3888.  Texas    and    Paciiic    Railway    Company,    Monahans,    Tex.,    July    28,    1960. 

[I960.]     8p.il.  40 

753  SS89.  Norfolk  and  Western  Railway  Company,  Williamson,  W.Va.,  Aug.  3,  1960. 

[I960.]     lOp.  Ipl.  4" 

754  3890.  Chicago  and  North  Western  Railway  Company,  Mine  14  Switch,  near  De 

Camp  Jet..  111.,  July  27,  1960.     [I960.]     9  p.  il.  4" 

755  3891.  Chicago,  South  Shore  and  South  Bend  Railroad,  Calumet  Harbor,  111.,  Aug. 

12, 1960.     [I960.]     7  p.  il.,  1  pi.  4° 

756  Tabulation  of  statistics'   pertaining   to  signals,   interlocking,    automatic 

train  control,  train  operation  by  timetable  and  train  orders,  and  train 
communication  systems,  as  used  on  railroads  of  United  States,  Jan.  1, 
1960 ;  compiled  by  Bureau  of  Safety  and  Service.  [I960.]  [1] -j-26  p.  il. 
oblong  large  8°  t  (Information  incorrect  in  publication  as  to  sale  by 
Superintendent  of  Documents. )  •  Item  694 
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757  Transport  statistics  in  United   States,   73d  annual  report  on  transport 

statistics  for  year  ended  Dec.  31,  1959,  for  railroad  companies,  Pullman 
Co.,  Railway  Express  Agency,  Inc.,  electric  railways,  carriers  by  water, 
oil  pipe  lines,  motor  carriers,  freight  forwarders,  and  private  car  own- 
ers subject  to  Interstate  commerce  act  for  1959 ;  prepared  by  Bureau  of 
Transport  Economics  and  Statistics.  [Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.] 
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carriers  [release  1]  ;  prepared  by  Bureau  of  Transport  Economics  and 
Statistics.  1960.  cover  title,  [63]  p.  4°  [1st  release  under  pt.  7.  In- 
cludes transmittal  sheet,  front  and  back  covers,  contents  of  tables  2-26A, 
introduction,  and  tables  2-26A.    Issued  with  perforations.] 

JOINT  CHIEFS  OF  STAFF,  Defense  Dept. 

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758  1.  Dictionary  of  United  States  military  terms  for  joint  usage;  Nov.   1,  1960. 

[I960.]  cover  title,  v-f214  p.  [Supersedes  (JCS  pub  1),  July  1959.]  t 
L.C.  card  59-62410 

759  2.  Unified  Action  Armed  Forces  (UNAAF)  ;  Nov.  1959.     [I960.]      [l]-flii+121 

p.  il.  4°  [Issued  with  perforations.  Supersedes  .Joint  Action  Armed  Forces 
(FM  110-5/JAAF/AFM  1-1)  Sept.  19,  1951,  and  amendments  thereto.]  t 
L.C.  card  60-62136 

760  National  Security  Seminar  presentation  outlines  and  reading  list  [1960-61, 

blue  team,  with  bibliography  and  list  of  suggestions  for  further  read- 
ing].    Oct.   1960.     xiY-f305  p.   il.   4"      (Industrial   College   of   Armed 
Forces.)     [Issued  with  perforations.    Some  of  the  pages  are  left  blank 
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761  National  Security  Seminar  presentation  outlines  and  reading  list  [1960- 

61,  gray  team,  with  lists  of  suggestions  for  further  reading] .    Oct.  1960. 
xv+323  p.  il.  4°     (Industrial  College  of  Armed  Forces.)     [Issued  with 
perforations.     Some  of  the  pages  are  left  blank  to  be  used  for  notes.] 
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in  this  arrangement  should  be  addressed  to  the  Social  Sciences  Research  Council, 
230  Park  Ave.,  New  York  17,  N.Y. 

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762  2831.  News  of  Ukrainian   science,   USSR.     June  17,    1960.      [1]+18   leaves,   4° 

*  Paper,  50c.  (GTS  :  60-11,760). 

763  4059.  Displacement  of  Curie  point  with  pressure,  USSR  [with  list  of  literature]. 

Oct.  31,  1960.     [l]+9  p.  4»    4>(Price  upon  application,  OTS  :  60-31.890). 

764  4084.  Radicals  in  chain  reactions,  USSR  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  V.  V.  Voyevod- 

skiy  and  V.  N.  Kondrat'yev.  Oct.  1960.  [l]-f41  leaves,  4°  *  Paper, 
$1.25  (OTS:  60-41.543). 

765  4086.  Mongolian  youth  in  all-out  development  of  socialist  construction  ;  by  Mo 

Cb'iao-i-chi-lo.     Oct.  7,  I960.      [2] +5  leaves,  4"      (SS:2133.) 

766  4090.  Review  of  economics  of  new  Czechoslovak  krajs  ;  [articles].     Oct.  18,  1960. 

[2]+a  +  70  p.  11.  40 

767  4094.  Action  of  ultrasound  on  biological  properties  of  tumorous  tissues,  USSR  ;  by 

K.  P.  Balitskiy  and  M.  I.  Gurevich.     Oct.  12,  1960.      [l]-f  8  leaves,  U.  4" 

*  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,614). 

768  4095.  Two  observations  on  adaptive-dystrophlc  theory  of  development  of  malig- 

nant tumors,  USSR  ;  by  F.  A.  Morokhov.  Oct.  13,  1960.  [1]  -|-4  leaves, 
40 

769  4096.  Certain  controversial  problems  of  viral  origin  of  tumors,  USSR  ;  by  A.  G. 

Varshavskiy.     Oct.  13,  1960.      [1]  +7  leaves,  4<> 

770  4098.  General  water  supply  company  of  Laos  established.     Oct.  14,  1960.     [l]-f3 

leaves,  4° 

771  4099.  Post  and  telecommunications  report,  1st  half  year,  1960,  Laos.     Oct.  14, 

1960.      [  1  ]  -f  14  leaves,  il.  4° 

772  4100.  Analysis  of  financial  situation  In  Laos  (report  of  Inpeng  Souryadhay,  July 

15,  1960),  Laos.     Oct.  14,  1960.      [1] -f33  leaves,  4° 

773  4101.  Major  scientific  work  on  Aral  Sea,  50th  anniversary  of  publication  of  L.  S. 

Berg's  monograph  Aral  Sea,  USSR  ;  by  A.  F.  Plakhotnik.  Oct.  17,  1960. 
[1] +3  leaves,  4°     *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-11,622). 

774  4102.  Organize  by    every   means    experiences   for   realization   of   communications 

and  transportation  plans,  Communist  China ;  [by  Communications 
Group,  Division  of  Comprehensive  (Planning),  Anhwel  Provincial  Plan- 
ning Commission].     Oct.   18,   1960.      [4]    p. +  8  leaves,  4»      (SS:  2144.) 

775  4103.  Ocean  depths  and  problem  of  burying  radioactive  wastes  in  them,  USSR  ; 

[with  list  of  references],  by  V.  G.  Bogorov  and  B.  A.  Taroyev.  Oct.  19, 
1960.      [1] +16  leaves,  4»     *  Paper.  50c.   (OTS  :  60-41,653). 

776  4104.  In   Interdepartmental   Commission    on  Aerial   surveying,   USSR  ;   by  D.   M. 

Kudritskiy.  Oct.  19,  1960.  [l]+4  leaves,  4°  *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS: 
60-41.654). 

777  4105.  Jubilee  conference  of  Black  Sea  Experimental   Scientific  Research   Station 

of  Institute  of  Oceanology  of  USSR  Academy  of  Sciences ;  by  N.  A. 
Avbulatov    and    V.    P.    Nikolayev.     Oct.    19,    1960.      [l]-f-9    leaves,    4° 

*  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,652). 

778  4106.  Scientific   conference  on    problems   of   general   circulation   of  atmosphere, 

USSR;    by    K.    V.    Kuvsblnova.     Oct.    19,    1960.      [1]-M1    leaves,    4° 

*  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,655). 

779  4107.  Extracts  from  Kang-T'ieh    (Steel)    issue  9.    Communist  China.     Oct.   18, 

1960.      [l]+a+26  leaves,  4«     <i>  Paper,  75c.   (OTS:  60-41,631). 

780  4108.  Extracts  from  Kang-T'ieh    (Steel)   no.   10,    [May  27,  1960,  Peiping],  Com- 

munist China.  Oct.  18,  1960.  [l]+a+16  leaves,  4°  *  Paper,  50c. 
(OTS:  60-41.632). 

781  4109.  Extracts  from   Kang-T'ieh    (Steel),  issue  11,  Communist  China.     Oct.  18, 

1960.      [1  1  +a4-22  leaves,  il.  4°     *  Paper,  75c.  (OTS  :  60-41,633). 

782  4110.   Selected  military  translations  on  Eastern  Europe  (2)   [Bulgaria,  Hungary]. 

Oct.  28.  1960.      [l]-f-a  +  14p.  il.  4» 

783  4111.   Cuban  people  set  glorious  example  [Chinese  communist  attitude  on  Cuba]  ; 

by  Chang  Yeh.     Oct.  17,  1960.      [3] +6  leaves,  40      (SS:  2145.) 

784  4112.  Transformation  of  slow  burning  Into  detonation,  USSR  [with  list  of  liter- 

ature] ;    by    K.    I.    Shchelkin.     Oct.    17,    1960.      [l]-f21    leaves,    11.    4° 

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Medical  personnel  In  RSFSR,  USSR  [articles].     Oct.  17,  1960.     [1]  +a  +  19 

leaves,  4"     *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-11,651). 
Democratic  People  b  Republic  of  Korea  expands  Its  coining  bases ;  by  Shu 

Ming.     Oct.  18,  1960.      [1]  +3  leaves,  4° 
Work  of  Division  of  Immunology  and  Oncology  of  Institute  of  Epidemiology 

and  Microbiology  Imeni  N.  F.  Gamaleya,  USSR  ;  by  L.  A.  Zil'ber.     Oct.  27, 

i960.      [1]  +  15    leaves,    4°     [Includes    list    of    principal    experimental 

worl£s  of  Division  for  1957-59.]      *  Paper,  50c.   (OTS:  60-41,660). 
Immunochemistry    of   malignant   change   in    tissues,    USSR    [with   bibliog- 
raphy] ;  by  B.  S.  Goster.     Oct.  19,  1960.     [l]+6  leaves,  4°     4>  Paper, 

50c.  (OTS:  60-41,661). 
Report  on  site  Investigation  and  building  design  at  national  conference  of 

commissioners  of  Building  Construction  Admistration,  Communist  China  ; 

by    vice-minister   Yang   Chun-mao.     Oct.    19,    1960.     [l]+6    leaves,   4° 

*  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,665). 
Klrin    work    report.    Communist    China ;    by    Li    Yu-wen.     Oct.    19,    1960. 

[S] +38  leaves,  4»      (SS:2156.) 
International  encouragement  of  scientific  research  in  field  of  cancer  control, 

USSR.     Oct.    24,    1960.      [l]+3   leaves,    4»     <l>Paper,    50c.    (OTS:    60- 

41,686). 
Gangliolytlcs  in  therapy  of  ulcerous  diseases,  USSR ;  by  S.  M.  Ryss.     Oct. 

28,  1960.      [l]+8  leaves,  4°     *  Paper,  50c.    (OTS:   60-41,706). 
Uplift    red    flag   of    Mao    Tse-tung's    thought   and    hasten    construction    in 

Tsaidam,  Communist  China;  by  Fang  Hsin.     Oct.  20,  1960.     [4]  p.  +  25 

leaves,  4°      (SS  :  2160.) 
Report  on  Kansu's  1959  final  and  1960  draft  budget.  Communist  China; 

by  Wang  Kuo-jul.     Oct.  20,   1960.      [4]   p.  +  26  leaves,   4<>      (SS:2159.) 
Typhus  fever  problem  as  reflected  in   studies  of  its  contemporary   forms, 

USSR     [with    bibliography]  ;    by    P.    F.    Zdrodovskiy.     Oct.    31,    1960. 

[  1] +20  leaves,  4»     *  Paper.  75c.  (OTS  :  60-41,708). 
Training  within  industries  program  in  Indonesia.     Oct.  21,  1960.     [l]+8 

leaves,  4° 
Weaving   and    comprehensive   utilization  of  wild  plant   fibers,   Communist 

China.     Oct.  21,  1960.      [4]  p.  +  4  leaves,  4»      (SS:2158.) 
Radioactive  iodine  in  diagnosis   and   therapy   of  cardiovascular  diseases, 

USSR    [with  list  of  literature  cited]  ;  by  A.  F.  Leshchinskiy.      [I960.] 

[1]+14  leaves,  4°     *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS:  60-41,687). 
Effective  provisions  for  grain  consumption  In  rural  areas.  Communist  China. 

Oct.  24,  1060.      [4] +4  leaves,  4"      (SS:2163.) 
Responsibilities  of  industrial  branches  in  2d  half  of  1960 ;   Construction 

and   necessity   of  initiating  movement  to  avoid   waste,   North   Vietnam 

[articles].     Oct.  24,  1960.      [  1]  + 6  leaves,  4» 
Kirin's  1959  final  and   1960   draft  budget,   Communist  China ;   by   Wang 

Huan-ju.     Oct.  24,  1960.      [4]   p.  +  25  leaves,  4»      (SS  :  2162.) 
We  must  know  writings  of  revolutionary  leaders,   Communist  China ;   by 

Wang  Hsin-pang.     Oct.    24.   1960.      [4]    p.  +  17   leaves,   4°      (SS:2161.) 
Erecting  60-meter   prestressed  concrete   truss  In   one   unit  by  jack   lifting 

method.  Communist  China.     Oct.  27,  1960.      [1]+16  p.  11.  4°     <f>  Paper, 

50c.  (OTS:  60-41,710). 
804  4145.   Hand  crank  brick-laying  machine ;  Streamlined  for  reinforcement  binding, 

Communist    China.     Oct.    28,    1960.     [1]+12   p.    11.   4°     *  Paper,    50c. 

(OTS:  60-41,711). 
International  currency  and  credit  relations  of  USSR  ;  by  A.  M.  Smlrnov. 

Oct.  31,  1960.      [l]+a-c+219p.  4<> 
Economic  problems  of  industry  and  mining,  Indonesia ;  by  Huseln  Kartasas- 

mita.     Nov.  7,  1960.      [l]  +  15p.  4« 
Problems  involved  in  development  of  Swasta  Development  Bank,  Indonesia. 

Nov.  3,  1960.      [l]  +  7p.  4» 
From    small    native   group    to    combined   enterprise,    by    Sun    Hslu-ch'un ; 

[Strengthen   guidance,    establish   collective   welfare    enterprises   immedi- 
ately], Communist  China.     Nov.  3,  1960.      [4]+12p.  4°      (SS:2176.) 
809  4154.  Further  strengthen  financial  administration  of  people's  communes,  promote 

consolidation  and  development  of  people's  communes.  Communist  China ; 

by  Pien  Yu-kun.     Nov.  3,  1960.      [4]   p.  +  5  leaves,  4»      (SS:2178.) 
In  Presidium  of  Academy  of  Medical  Sciences  of  USSR  [by  M.  A.  Ivanova]. 

Nov.  3,  1960.      [l]+7  leaves,  4°     *  Paper,  50c.   (OTS:  61-11032). 
Care  of  infants  during  1st  year  of  life,  USSR  ;  by  V.  F.  Vedrashko.     Nov. 

7,  1960.      [l]+4  leaves,  4»     *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  61-11035). 
Cotton  cultivation  and  trade  in  Palembang,  Indonesia  ;  by  A.  Sof  Jan.     Nov. 

7,1960.      [l]  +  10p.  40 
Building   materials   and   techniques   in   Communist  China.      Nov.   9,    1960. 

[l]+a  +  5  leaves,  4°    *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  61-11007). 
Agricultural   tax   work    during   last    10   years.    Communist    China ;    by    Li 

Shu-te.    Nov.  7,  1960.     [4]+19p.  4»    (SS:2180.) 
Production   cost  planning   in  ferrous   metallurgy,   USSR ;   by   N.   Romano- 

vich.     Nov.  8.  1960.      [l]+19p.  4°     <J>  Paper  50c.   (OTS  :  61-11,062). 
Under  Cardinal's  mantle,  Hungary  (USSR)  ;  by  A.  A.  Ivanov.    Nov.  8.  1960. 

[l]+6  leaves,  4° 
Laughter  and  sin,  USSR.    Nov.  8, 1960.     [1] +3  leaves,  4° 
Do  miracle  cures  exist?  USSR;   by   V.  Rozhnov  and  M,  Rozhnova.     Nov. 

8,1960.    [1] +6  leaves,  4° 

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Government  Publications 

JPRS  (series) — Continued 

819  4171.  Selected  translations  on  USSR  communications  (1).     Nov.  9,  1960.     [1]  + 

a-b+6  p.  4»    *  Paper  .50c.  (GTS  :  61-11,024). 

820  4172.  Reports  at  Kirin  2(1  Provincial  People's  Congress,  Communist  China.     Nov. 

10,1960.     [4]+14p.  4»     (SS:1094.) 

821  4173.  Transportation    in    Kirin    Province,    Communist    China.      Nov.    10,    1960. 

[4]+a+14p.  40     (SS:1093.) 

822  4174.  Do  Biblical  commandments  teach  us  to  be  good?    USSR  ;  by  P.  F.  Darman- 

skiy.    Nov.  10,  1960.     [1] +6  leaves,  4» 

823  4184.  Selected    military    translations   on    Eastern    Europe    (3)    [Czechoslovalcia, 

Hungary,  Poland,  Rumania].     Nov.  15,  1960.     [2]  leave8-f-42  p.  4° 

824  4191.  Ten   years   of  light  industry   in   Chungking,  Communist  China.     Nov.   16, 

1960.    [4]  p.  +  7  leaves,  4°    (SS;1105.) 

825  4196.  Everyone  must  establish  ideology  of  agriculture  Is  basic,  Communist  China. 

Nov.  17, 1960.     [4]+llp.  40     (SS:1102.) 

826  4198.  Important  technical  accomplishments  in  light  industry  during  1st  6  months 

of  1959,  Communist  China.  Nov.  21,  1960.  [4] +7  leaves,  4»  (SS  : 
3000.) 

827  4199.  Selected   economic   articles   from    Ch'ang-ehiang   Jih-pao    (Yangtze   daily). 

Communist  China.     Nov.  21,  1960.      [3]+a  +  llp.  4»      (SS:3001.) 

828  4202.  Path  of  our  country's  socialist  literature  and  art.   Communist  China  ;  by 

Chou  Yang.    Nov.  21,  1960.     [4]+.50p.  4»    (SS:3002.) 

829  4212.   Selections  from  Ch'iao-wu  Pao   (Overseas  Chinese  bulletin)  on  repatriation 

and  resettlement.  Communist  China.  Nov.  22,  1960.  [3]+a4-20  p.  4° 
(SS:  3005.) 

830  4213.  Textile  industry  In  Communist  China.    Nov.  22,  1960.     [4]+a-b+25  p.  4° 

(SS:  3004.) 

831  4216.  Problems  of  religious   instruction   in   public  schools  of   Indonesia  ;   by  H. 

Moh.  Ansar  Surjohadibroto.    Nov.  23,  1960.    [1]  +7  leaves,  4» 

832  4223.  News  of  Soviet  conferences  on  physical  culture.     Nov.  25,  1960.     [l]+a4- 

16  p.  4" 

833  5076.  Conference  on  automatic  control  and  methods  of  electrical  measurements. 

USSR  ;  by  A.  M.  Ilyukovich.  July  21,  1960.  [l]+9  leaves,  4"  *  Paper, 
50c.     (OTS:  60-11,973). 

834  5175.  Analysis  of  enterprise  economic  activity.  Communist  China ;  by  Yen  Fang- 

wen.    Oct.  25,  1960.     [2] +6  leaves,  4»     (SS:2010.) 

835  5176.  Finance    in    Communist    China.      Oct.    19,    1960.       [2]+a+17    leaves,    4" 

(SS:  2011.) 

836  5250.  Private  and  public  economy  of  Indonesia  [articles].    Nov.  2,  1960.     [1]  + 

a-j-24  leaves,  4" 

837  5306.  Results  of  all-China  stratigraphic  conference,  USSR  ;  by  N.  A.  Belyayevskiy, 

V.  A.  Vakhrameyev,  et  al.  Oct.  25,  1960.  [1] -1-24  leaves,  4°  *  Paper, 
75c.  (OTS:  60-41,172). 

838  5318.  Excerpts  from  Communications  cable,  USSR  ;  by  I.  I.  Grodnev  and  B.  F. 

Miller.  Nov.  14,  1960.  [573]  p.  il.  4»  <l>(Price  upon  application,  OTS: 
60-41,184). 

839  5379.  Electrical   measurements   of   non-electric  quantities,   USSR    [with   bibliog- 

raphy] ;  by  A.  M.  Turichin.  Aug.  30,  1960.  [875]  p.  11.  40  *  Paper, 
$8.50  (OTS:  60-41,236). 

840  5421.  Herald   of    communications    (Vestnlk    svyazi)    no.   2,    [Feb.]    1960,    USSR. 

Oct.  10,  1960.  [l]-fa-f  l-7a-|-S-221  p.  11.  4°  *  Paper,  $3.50  (OTS: 
60-41,264). 

841  5427.   Symbolic  programming  for   electronic   computer  of  Academy  of   Sciences, 

Latvian  SSR,  USSR  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  E.  I.  Arin'  and  M.  A. 
Shneps.  Oct.  4,  1960.  [lH-15  leaves,  4°  *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS:  60- 
41,270). 

842  5477.  Selected  articles  on  medical  and  economic  conditions,  Indonesia.     Nov.  2, 

1960.      [1] -fa -1-7  leaves,  4» 

843  5478.  Selected  articles  on  Indonesian  political  parties  and  labor  movement,  In- 

donesia.    Oct.  24,  1960.      [l]-|-a-f  10  leaves,  40 

844  5479.  Ministrv   of  labor  directive  on   vacations  for   various   occupations.   North 

Vietnam.     Nov.  7,  1960.      [1]  -f-6  leaves,  4" 

845  5527.  News   of   higher   educational    institutions.    Ministry   of    Higher   Education 

USSR :  Radio  engineering  series,  v.  2,  no.  5,  Moscow,  1959  [with  bib- 
liographies]. Sept  26,  1960.  [2] -f  a-c-f-328  leaves,  11.  4°  *  Paper, 
$5.00  (OTS  :  60-41,341). 

846  5545.  Budget  of  Republic  of  Indonesia  for  1960,  Indonesia.     Oct.  18,  1960.     [1] 

+  7  leaves,  4° 

847  5560.  Burn   shock  In   dogs  and  effect  of  neuroplegic  substances  on   its  course, 

USSR;  by  Ye.  M.  Gindin,  O.  L.  Pokrovskaya  et  al.  Oct.  10,  1960. 
[1] -t- 18  leaves,  il.4»     *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60^1,374). 

848  5561.  Study  of  changes  in  blood  coagulation  system  in  burn  disease,  USSR  [with 

bibliography]  ;  by  V.  N.  Smidovich  and  L.  I.  Gerasimova.  Oct.  10,  1960. 
[1]-|-15  leaves,  11.  40     *  Paper,  50c.    (OTS:  60-41,375). 

849  5581.  Socialist  aspirations  and  economic  development,  Indonesia.     Oct.  21,  1960. 

[l]4-a-f  94  leaves,  4» 

850  5587.  Analysis  of  time  relationships  in  direct  ballistocardiography  rate,   USSR 

[with  bibliography]  ;  by  M.  N.  Tumanovskiy  and  Yu.  D.  Safonov.  Sept. 
20,  1960.     [l]-fl4  leaves,  4"     *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS:  60-41,389). 

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Jantjart  1961 

851  5588.  Aortic  thrombosis  In  atherosclerosis,  USSR  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  V.  S. 

Smolenskiy.     Sept.    20,    1960.      [1]+14    leaves,    11.    4»     *  Paper,    50c. 
(OTS:  60-41,390). 

852  5589.  Changes  In  lipid  content  of  blood  in  patients  with  hypertension  under  re- 

serpine  therapy,  USSR  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  A.  A.  Kramer.     Sept.  20, 
19C0.      [l]+5  leaves,  11.  4»     *  Paper,  50c.   (OTS:   60-41,.391). 

853  5624.  Preliminary  results  of  study  of  therapeutic  action  of  gangleron  In  coronary 

insufficiency,   USSR    [with   bibliography]  ;   by   S.   V.   Volosyu.     Sept.  20, 
1960.      [1] +10  leaves,  11.  4''     *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,425). 

854  5625.  Treatment    of    hypertensive    patients    with    dicolin,    USSR    [with    bibliog- 

raphy] ;    by    Yu.    I.    Aliimov.     Sept.    20,    1960.      [1]+13    leaves,    11.    4» 
*  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,426). 

855  5634.  On   Internal   relationship  between   Industrial  and  agricultural   production. 

Communist  China;   by  Yang  Chien-pai.     Oct.  26,   1960.      [3] +19  p.  4° 
(SS:  2081.) 

856  5635.  Speeches  given  at  2d  session  of  2d  National  People's  Congress,  Communist 

China.     Oct.  21,  1960.      [3] +a-c  +  217  leaves,  4°      (SS:2082.) 

857  5636.  Literary    criticism,   Communist   China    [articles ;   by    LI    Ilsi-fan   and   Yao 

Wen-yuan].     Oct.  25,   1960.      [3]+a  +  36  leaves,  4°      (SS:  2083.) 

858  5638.  Iron  and  steel  In  Communist  China  [articles].     Nov.  7,  1960.     [4]  p.  +  a  + 

30  leaves,  4»      (SS  :208a.) 

859  5639.  Architecture  in  Communist  China  [articles].     Nov.  1,  1960.      [3]+a  +  123 

p.  11.  4"      (SS:2086.) 

860  5640.  Translations  of  selected  articles  from  Jen-mln  Jih-pao  (People's  daily)  on 

political    and    economic    subjects,    Communist    China.     Oct.    14,    1960. 
[3]+a-b  +  96  leaves,  4»      (SS:2087.) 

861  5641.  Metallurgical    industry    in    Communist    China    [articles].     Nov.    8,    1960. 

[1]  +a-b  +  58  p.  4°     *  Paper,  $1.50  (OTS  :  60-41,438). 

862  5642.  Petroleum,    synthetic    petroleum    and    coal    industries.    Communist    China 

[articles].     Oct.    13,    1960.      [l]+a  +  62    leaves,    11.   4»     *  Paper,   $1.75 
(OTS:  60-41,439). 

863  5660.  Papers  on  medical  sciences.  Communist  China.     Nov.  2,  1960.     [l]+a+ 

76  p.  4»    *  Paper,  ,i;2.00  (OTS  :  60-^1,453). 

864  5664.  Monthly  advanced  wage  payment.  Communist  China;  [by  Wang  Shih-hsin]. 

Oct.  18,  1960.     [4]  P.  +  14  leaves,  4»     (SS:2094.) 

865  5666.  Public  administration  in  Indonesia    [articles].     Nov.  3,  1960.     [l]+a+ 

866  5667.  Development  in  Indonesia;  by  Ir.  S.  Dipokusumo.    Dec.  1,  1960.     [l]+35 

p.  40 

867  5678.  News   of  higher   educational   institutions,   Ministry  of  Higher  Education 

USSR,  radio  engineering  series  [with  bibliographies],  v.  2,  no.  3,  Moscow, 

1959.  Oct.   28,   1960.      [l]+l-3y,  4-193  leaves,  11.  4°     *  Paper,  $3.50 
(OTS:  60-41,460). 

868  5680.  Fifth    All-Union   Congress   of  Dermato-Venerealoglsts,   USSR;   by    B.    M. 

Pashkov.      Sept.  28,   1960.      [1]+18  leaves,   4»     *  Paper,   50c.    (OTS: 
60-41,462). 

869  5684.  Tsingtao   work  report    (1957-1958),   Communist  China;   by   Li  Mu.     Oct. 

18,1960.     [6] +75  leaves,  4°     (SS:2099.) 

870  5687.  Art  and  literature  of  ethnic  minorities,  North  Vietnam  Oct.  20,  1960.     [1]  + 

17  leaves,  4° 

871  5689.  Report  on  1959  final  budget  and  1960  draft  budget  of  Tibetan  Autonomous 

Region,  Communist  China.     Oct.   17,   1960.      [2] +13  leaves,   4°      (SS: 
2101.) 

872  5690.  Draft  1960  economic  plan  for  Klrln  Province,  Communist  China  ;    [by  Yu 

K'o].     Oct.  31,  19G0.     [3]+33  p.  4°     (SS  :  2102.)      [Report  to  3d  con- 
ference of  2d  session  of  Kirin  Provincial  People's  Congress  on  May  23, 

1960,  appearing  in  Kirin  Jih-pao  (Kirin  daily),  Changchun,  Klrln  Prov- 
ince, May  26,  1960.] 

873  5694.  Do  not  judge  things  merely  by   appearance.  Communist  China.     Oct.  20, 

1960.     [2] +5  leaves,  4»     (SS:2103.) 

874  5695.  Let  us  utilize  everything  under  the  sun.  Communist  China  ;  [by  Yang  Chi- 

lun].    Oct.  27,  1960.     [2] +8  leaves,  4o    (SS  :  2104.) 

875  5699.  Agricultural  policy  of  Communist  China.    Oct.  24,  1960.     [2] +6  leaves,  4» 

(SS:2107.) 
87G  5705.  Labor  movement  In  Iraq  [articles].    Oct.  18,  1960.     [2]+a-b  +  40  leaves, 

40 

877  5707.  Chemical  industry  In  Communist  China.    Oct.  20,  1960.     [2]+a+ll  leaves, 

4°     (SS:2108.) 

878  5709.  Rapid   growth  of  new  force  In   Lhasa's   handicraft  industry,    Communist 

China.    Oct.  13,  1960.     [2] +2  leaves,  4°     (SS:2111.) 

879  5710.  Local  railways  In  Communist  China.     Oct.  27,  1960.     [4]  p.  +  5  leaves,  4" 

(SS:2110.) 

880  5713.  Mining   in   Communist  China.     Oct.   29,   1960.      [2] +4   leaves,   4°      (SS : 

2114.) 

881  5717.  Political  affairs  in  Indonesia.    Nov.  22,  1960.    [1] +a+65  leaves,  4» 

882  5721.  Translations  from  Mimbar  Indonesia,  Indonesia.     Nov.  1,  1960.     [2]+a  + 

47  p.  40 

883  5722.  Political  and  economic  articles  from  Indonesian  publications,   Indonesia. 

Oct.  10,  1960.    [l]+a  +  15  leaves,  4° 

884  5724.  Nine  theses  of  Marhaenism    [INIarxism]    and  brief  explanations    of   them, 

Indonesia  ;  by  Asmara  Hadl.    Oct.  25, 1960.    [l]+22p.  4» 

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885  5726.  Selected  economic  translations   on  Eastern  Europe   [Bulgaria,  Czechoslo- 

vakia, Intra-bloc,  Poland,  Rumania]      (225tli  In  series).     Oct.  3,  1960. 
[1]  +a-b+142  leaves,  11.  4" 
L.C.  card  59-60183 

886  5729.  Changes  In  glucose  absorption  In  combined  radiation  Injuries,  USSR ;  by 

D.  A.  Golubentsey  and  N.  A.  Shevyreva.  Oct.  6,  1960.  [l]+3  leaves,  4° 
4>  Paper,  50c.  (OTS:  60-41,501). 

887  5731.  Changes  In  central  nervous  system  In  burns,  USSR ;  by  S.  I.  Itkin.     Oct. 

6,  1960.      [l]+3  leaves,  11.  4°     *  Paper,  50c.   (OTS  :  60-41,503). 

888  5732.  Labor  hygiene  when  using  new  Insecticide  heptachlor  In  agriculture,  USSR  ; 

by  V.  I.  Osetrov.  Oct.  25,  1960.  [  1  ]  +  5  leaves,  4°  *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS: 
60-41,504). 

889  5738.  Iron  and  steel  Industry,  North  Korea.     Oct.  14,  1960.      [1] +4  leaves,  4" 

890  5740.  Post   and    telecommunications   in    Communist   China  [articles].     Oct.    28, 

1960.      [4]  p. +  a  + 70  leaves,  4°      (SS:2109.) 

891  5741.   Selected   translations  from  Tibet  Jih-pao    (Tibet  dally),  May  1960,   Com- 

munist China.     Oct.  22,  1960.      [2]-t-a-f  13  leaves,  4°      (SS:2116.) 

892  5742.  Selected   translations   from    Ta-chung   Jih-pao    (Masses    daily),    May-June 

1960,  Communist  China.     Oct.  18,  1960.      [123]  leaves,  4°      (SS:2117.) 

893  5745.  Modern  Korean  literature  and  Han  Sor-ya,  North  Korea.     Oct.  17,  1960. 

[1]+14  leaves,  4° 

894  5747.  Steel  industry.  Communist  China.     Nov.  9,  1960.     [1] +  5  leaves,  4»     (SS: 

2120.) 

895  5748.  Leadership  must  be  concrete.  Communist  China  ;  by  Yuan  Ching.     Oct.  20, 

1960.     12] -f- 5  leaves,  40      (SS:2121.) 

896  5749.  Development   of   local   Industry   in   provinces.    North   Vietnam.     Nov.   21, 

1960.      [l]+3p.  40 

897  5751.  Selected  translations  from  Indonesian  publications  on  political  and  educa- 

tional subjects,  Indonesia.     Oct.  18,  1960.      [l]-fa-fl0  leaves,  4° 

898  5752.  Life  in  Hanoi,  North  Vietnam.     Oct.  28,  1960.      [l]+a-f  8  leaves,  4° 

899  5753.  Develop  agricultural  sciences  during  struggle  against  drought,  Communist 

China;  by  K'ang  Ti.     Nov.  20,  1960.      [4]  p.4-9  leaves,  4°      (SS  :  2123.) 

900  5754.  Make  further    use   of   radioactive   Isotope,    Communist   China ;    by    Hsiao 

Fu-pei.     Nov.  20,   1960.      [4]   p.-)-4  leaves,  40      [(SS:  2124.) 

901  5762.  Indonesian  press.     Nov.  7, 1960.      [1] -f  a  +  38  p.  4« 

902  5767.  Calculation  of  point  detonation  with  counterpressure  taken  into  account ; 

by  D.  Ye.  Okhotslmskiy  et  al.  Oct.  14,  1960.  [1]  -f93  p.  11.  40  4>  Paper, 
$2.25  (OTS:  60-41,520). 

903  5771.  Lenin's  forecasts  are  being  transformed  into  reality,  USSR  [with  bibliog- 

raphy]. Oct.  10,  1960.  [1]+13  leaves,  4°  4>  Paper,  50c.  (OTS:  60- 
41.523). 

904  5773.  Operation  on  dry  heart   (from  material  of  11th  scientific  session  of  Insti- 

tute of  Surgery  imeni  A.  V.  Vishnevskiy  of  Academy  of  Medical  Sci- 
ences USSR),  USSR;  by  M.  N.  Arshinova  and  V.  I.  Burakovskiy.  Oct. 
19,  1960.      [1]  +  11  leaves,  4°     4>  Paper,  50c.   (OTS:  60-41,525). 

905  5774.  Conference  on  problem  of  acute  radiation  sickness,  USSR ;  by  L.  G.  Ratgaua. 

Oct.  19,  1960.      [l]-t-ll  leaves,  4°     *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS:  60-41,526). 

906  5779.  Contactless  magnetic  devices  for  control  systems,  USSR ;  by  L.  I.  Gute- 

makher,  et  al.  Oct.  7,  1960.  [65]  leaves,  11.  4<>  *  Paper,  $1.75  (OTS : 
60-41,531). 

907  5780.  Magnetostrictlve-delay-line  storage  unit  with  Intermediate  readout  of  code, 

USSR  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  Ya.  F.  Berezhnoy.  Oct.  13,  1960.  [70] 
leaves,  11.  4»     *  Paper,  $1.75  (OTS  :  60-41,532). 

908  5782.  Automatic-differentiation  program  for  BESM  computer,  USSR  ;  by   L.  M. 

Beda,  et  al.  Oct.  11,  1960.  [1]-H24  leaves,  4"  4>  Paper,  75c.  (OTS: 
60-41,540). 

909  5786.  Energy  distribution  of  gamma-ray  quanta  In  atmospheric  layer  near  earth's 

surface,  USSR  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  R.  M.  Kogan  and  Sh.  D.  Fried- 
man.    Oct.  20,  1960.      [41]  p.  il.  4"     ^  Paper,  $1.00  (OTS  :  60-41,549). 

910  5787.  Results  of  research  on  natural  aerosols  over  various  regions  of  USSR,  USSR 

[with  bibliography];  by  A.  G.  Laktlonov.  Oct.  20,  1960.  [1]-|-21 
leaves,  11.  4<>     *  Paper,   75c.    (OTS:   60-41,550). 

911  5796.  Trends  of  development  of  research  and  application  of  chemical  plant  pro- 

tection agents  in  China;  by  Z.  Eckstein.     Oct.  21,  1960.     [2] +17  p.  4° 

*  Paper.  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,559). 

912  5802.  Mechanism  of  predetonational   flame  propagation   In   rough  tubes,   USSR 

[with  list  of  references]  ;  by  V.  S.  Babkin  and  L.  S.  Kozachenko.  Oct. 
11,  1960.     [l]  +  7  leaves,  4«     *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS:  60-41.651). 

913  5805.  Dissertations  for   degrees   in   science   and  engineering   defended   at   USSR 

higher  educational  institutions  (Knizhnaya  letopis',  nos.  41-45,  1959). 
Oct.  20,  1960.     [l]-f33  leaves,  4»     *  Paper,  $1.00    (OTS:   60-41,564). 

914  5807.  AU-Unlon  conference  on  electrical  traumatism,  USSR  ;  by  L.  I.  Shulutko. 

Oct.  10.  1960.      [l]-|-9  leaves,  4"     *  Paper,  50c.   (OTS:  60-41,566). 

915  5811.  Role  of  Integrative  systems  of  organism  in  development  of  pathological 

process,  USSR ;  bv  P.  D.  Gorizontov.     Oct.  10,  1960.     [1] +24  leaves,  4» 

*  Paper,  75c.  (OTS  :  60-11.571). 

916  5814.  Effect  of  nltranol  on  tone  of  large  arterial  vessels  in  patients  with  angina 

pectoris  according  to  rate  of  propagation  of  pulse  wave,  USSR  [with 
bibliography]  ;  by  Ye.  I.  Zharov.     Oct.  12,  1960.     [1]+12  leaves,  U.  4» 

*  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,574). 

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January  1961 

917  5815.  Vectorcardiographlc  diagnosis  of  left  ventricular  hypertrophy,  USSR  [with 

bibliography]  ;  by  M.  B.  Tartakovskiy.     Oct.  10,  1960.      [28]  leaves,  11.  4° 

*  Paper,  75c.  (OTS  :  60-41,575). 

918  5816.  Normal    vectorcardiogram    and   Its  variants  In   persons  of  different  ages, 

USSR  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  O.  V.  Aleksandrov.     Oct.  10,  1960.      [1]  + 

9  leaves,  4°     <1>  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,576). 

919  5817.  Effect  of  tiphen  on  ballistocardiogram  In  patients  suffering  from  coronary 

in.sufficiency,  USSR  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  R.  I.  Mangushev.  Oct.  10, 
1960.      [1  ] +8  leaves,  4»     *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,577). 

920  5818.  Condition  of  antitoxic  function  ot  liver  In  patients  suffering  from  chronic 

alcoholism  during  period  of  acute  alcoholic  Intoxication  and  in  period 
of  abstinence  from  alcohol.  USSR  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  M.  S.  Baku- 
menko.  Oct.  10,  1960.  [1]  +  10  leaves,  4°  *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS:  60- 
41,578). 

921  5821.  On  routine  of  rest  and  protection  of  heart  In  myocardial  Infarction,  USSR. 

Oct.  10,  1960.      [l]+6  leaves,  4»     *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS:  60-41,581). 

922  5823.  Obtaining  of  record-high  temperatures,  USSR  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  Ya. 

B.  Zel'dovich  and  O.  I.  Leypunskiy.     Oct.  10,  1960.     [1] +5  leaves,  11.  40 

*  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,583). 

928  5824,  Contribution  to  theory  of  detonation  spin,  USSR   [with  bibliography]  ;  bv 

K.  I.  Shchelkin.  Oct.  10,  1960.  [1]  +7  leaves,  4<>  *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  : 
60-41,584). 

924  5825.  Use  of  M-2  electronic  digital  computer   (brief  report),  USSR;  by  A.  L. 

Brudno   and  Yu.   A.  Lavrenyuk.     Oct.   10,   1960.      [1]+17   leaves,  il.  4" 

*  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,585). 

925  5827.  Recombination  of  hydrogen  atom  In  adsorbed  layer,  USSR   [with  bibliog- 

raphy] ;   by    O.    I.    Leypunskiy.     Oct.   17,    1960.      [l]+28   leaves,   il.  4» 

*  Paper,  75c.  (OTS  :  60-41,586). 

926  5834.  Electronics  education   In  Communist  China.     Nov.  11,   1960.      [l]+a  +  34 

leaves,  il.  4»     *  Paper,  $1.00  (OTS  :  60-41,593). 

927  5835.  Certain  juridical  questions  among  activities  of  International  Court  during 

1959,  USSR;  by  P.  I.  Kozhevnlkov.     Oct.  11,  1900.      [28]    leaves,  4» 

928  5836.   Soviet    machine    building,    no.    28,    selected    translations.     Oct.    17,    1960. 

[l]+a  +  37  leaves,  il.  4»     ^  Paper.  $1.00   (OTS:  60^1,594). 

929  5837.  Public  health  and  medicine  In  Chinese  People's  Republic  ;  by  Chin  Hsin- 

chung  and  I.  G.  Kochergin.  Oct.  31,  1900.  [2] +11+ [494]  p.  11.  4» 
4"  Paper,  $6.00  (OTS  :  60-41,004). 

930  5839.  Application  of  semiconductor  devices  In  computer  technique,  USSR   [with 

bibliography]  ;  by  Ye.  I.  Mamonov  and  Yu.  I.  Sharapov.  Oct.  14,  1960. 
[58]   leaves,  11.  4<>     *  Paper,   $1.50    (OTS:   60-41.609). 

931  5840.  Use   of  mirror-lens  objectives  In   photographing  artificial  earth   satellites, 

USSR  [with  list  of  literature]  ;  by  N.  V.  Yakovlev.  Oct.  18,  1960  [1]  + 
15  leaves,  11.  4°     *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,610). 

932  5841.  On    hypothesis   of    quasi-stationary    surface    layer   In    theory    of   turbulent 

diffusion  of  heavy  aerosol  in  boundary  layer  of  atmosphere,  USSR  [with 
bibliography]  ;  by  I.  L.  Karol'.  Oct.  13,  1960.  [1]+10  p.  4°  *  Paper, 
50c.  (OTS:  60-41,611). 

933  5843.  Coal  Industry  and  electrical  Industry,  Communist  China   [articles].     Oct. 

24,1960.      [2]+a  +  19p.  4°      (SS:2137.) 

934  5844.  Selected  articles  on  trade  developments  and  foreign  relations.  Communist 

China.     Nov.  9,  1960.      [4]+a  +  41p.  4°      (SS:2138). 

935  5845.  Tslnghal  party  work  report,  Communist  China.     Oct.  31,  1960.      [3] +63 

p.  4°      (SS:2139.) 

936  5849.  Labor    in    Communist    China    [articles].     Nov.    1,    1960.      [4]    p.  +  a  +  27 

leaves,  4»      (SS:2142.) 

937  5850.  Urban  people's  communes,  Communist  China  ;   [by]  Takuma  Toshitada  and 

Ishlkawa   Shigeru.     Nov.  28.  1960.      [4] +24  p.  4"      (SS:  2143.) 

938  5853.  Kurdish  vanguard  party  In  Iraq.     Nov.  23,  1960.      [l]+a+17  leaves.  4° 

939  5855.  Public  administration  Indonesia,  Indonesia  [articles].    Nov.  3,  1960.     [1]  + 

a+13  leaves,  4° 

940  5858.  Certain  data  on  action  of  uranium  and  Its  compounds  on  human  organism, 

USSR   [with  bibliography]  ;  by  O.  S.  Andreyeva.     Oct.  24,  1960.     [1]  + 

10  leaves,  4°    *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,616). 

941  5859.  Results  of  decontamination  of  UFA  water  system  by   ultraviolet  Irradia- 

tion from  AKKh  apparatus.  USSR  ;  by  Ya.  N.  Askerova.  Oct.  24,  1960. 
[1]  +3  leaves,  4>'    *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,617). 

942  58G0.  Effect   of  gibberellin   on  plant  growth   and   development,   USSR    [articles, 

with  bibliographies].  Nov.  4,  1960.  [l]+a+40  p.  11.  4"  *  Paper,  $1.25 
(OTS:  60-41,618). 

943  5861.  Chronicle,  session  of  Department  of  Chemical  Sciences  of  Academy  of  Sci- 

ences USSR,  held  Oct.  15-16,  1959,  USSR;  by  L.  G.  Makarova.     Oct.  21, 

1960.  [1]+11  leaves,  4°     <1>  Paper,   50c.    (OTS  :  60-41,619). 

944  5862.  Measures  for  further  Improvement  of  medical  service  to  people  and  pro- 

tection of  health  of  population  of  USSR,  USSR.  Oct.  20,  1960.  [1]  + 
15  leaves,  4»    *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,620). 

945  5864.  Economic    and    military    report    on    Albania    (May-June    1960)     (25th    In 

series).    Oct.  10,  1960.     [1] +a-d+41  p.  4» 
L.C.  card  58-61590 

946  5866.  Development  of  chemical  Industry  In  Bulgarian  People's  Republic,  USSR ; 

by  N.  Vldenov.  Oct.  18,  1960.  [1]  +7  leaves,  4°  4>  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  : 
60-41,624). 

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947  5867.  Pressure  in  shock  wave  with  Intense  spark  discharge,  USSR  [with  bibliog- 

raphy] ;    by    I.    M.    Astrakhan.      Oct.    18,    19G0.      [l]4-9    leaves,    U.    4° 

*  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,025). 

948  5868.  Equation  of  state  and  thermodynamic  properties  of  propylene,  USSR  [with 

bibliography]  ;  by  Ya.  Z.  Kazavchinskly  and  V.  A.  Zagrouchenko.  Oct. 
18,  1900.     [l]+8  leaves,  4°    *  Paper,  SOc.  (OTS  :  60-41,626). 

949  5870.  Article  by  L.  A.  Rossovskiy,  A.  I.  Shostatskiy  and  L.  S.  Zil'berfarb,  Con- 

cerning certain  concepts  in  works  of  K.  A.  Vlasov  and  their  role  in 
prospecting  for  and  evaluating  rare  metal  pegmatites,  USSR  [with  bibli- 
ography] ;  by  A.  A.  Beus.  Oct.  18,  1960.  [l]+6  leaves,  4"  *  Paper, 
50c.  (OTS:  60-41,629). 

950  5871.  Acceleration  of  discharge  plasma  and  production  of  strong  shock  waves  in 

chamber  with  coaxial  electrodes,  USSR  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  S.  R. 
Kholev  and  D.  S.  Poltavchenko.     Oct.  18,  1960.     [l]+9  leaves,  il.  40 

*  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,628). 

951  5873.  Economic  development  in  Indonesia  [articles].     Nov.  21,  1960.     [l]+a+ 

22  leaves,  i'> 

952  5875.  On  composition  and  disposition   of  patients  in  USSR  psychiatric  institu- 

tions, USSR;  by   A.   M.  Rapoport.     Oct.  15,   1960.      [l]-f25  leaves,  4» 

*  Paper,  75c.  (OTS  :  60-41,634). 

953  5880.   Scientific  notes  (Problems  of  cybernetics),  USSR;  by  S.  N.  Braynes,  A.  V. 

Napalkov.    and    V.    B.    Svechlnskly.      Oct.    18,    1960.      [214]    p.    11.    4» 

*  Paper,  $3.50  (OTS  :  60-41,639). 

954  5882.  Control  of  infectious  diseases  in  7-year  plan,  USSR ;  by  V.  M.  Zhdanov. 

Oct.  17,  1960.     [1]+13  leaves,  4°     *  Paper,  50c.   (OTS  :  60-41,640). 

955  5883.  Effect  of  rauwolfia  alkaloids  on  renal  hemodynamics  in  hypertension,  USSR 

[with  bibliography]  ;  by  P.  I.  Mishchenko.  Oct.  17,  1960.  [l]-t-17 
leaves,  il.  4»    <J>  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,641 ) . 

956  5884.  Resistance  of  renal  vessels  in  hypertensive  patients  treated  with  reserpine, 

USSR  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  N.  S.  Leont'yeva.  Oct.  17,  1960.  [1]  + 
19  leaves,  4"    <I>  Paper,  50c. 

957  5885.  Effect  of  reserpine  on  coronary  circulation  in  hypertension,  USSR    [with 

bibliography]  ;  by  S.  K.   Kiseleva.     Oct.  17,  1960.      [23]   leaves,  il.  4° 

*  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,643). 

958  5886.  Therapy  of  cardiac  insufficiency  with  convallatoxln,  USSR   [with  bibliog- 

raphy] ;  by  V.  I.  Chernov.  Oct.  17,  1960.  [1]  +24  leaves,  il.  4°  *  Paper, 
75c.  (OTS:  60-41,644). 

959  5887.  Indications  for  surgical  treatment  of  mitral-aortic  stenoses,  USSR   [with 

bibliography]  ;  bv  G.  M.  Solov'yev.  Oct.  17,  1960.  [1]+16  leaves,  11.  4» 
4-  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41.045). 

960  5888.  Changes  in  QRS   complex  in   myocardial   infarction,  USSR    [with  bibliog- 

raphy] ;  by  T.  B.  Korenevskava.  Oct.  17,  1960.  [1]4-31  leaves,  il.  4° 
<}>  Paper,  $1.00  (OTS  :  60-41,646). 

961  5889.  Electrocardiographic  analysis  of  auricular  arrhythmias,  USSR  [with  bibli- 

ography] ;  by  P.  M.  Zlochevskiy.  Oct.  17,  1960.  [1] +l-4b+5-20 
leaves,  il.  4»    4>  Paper,  75c.  (OTS  :  60-41,647). 

962  5890.  Significance   of    time   interrelationships    in    ballistocardiographic   analysis, 

USSR  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  Ye.  V.  Erina.  Oct.  25,  1960.  [24]  leaves, 
il.  4»    *  Paper,  75c.  (OTS  :  60-41,648). 

963  5891,  Soviet  abstracts :  Biology,  sec.  G,  Zooparasltology,  book  5,  1959,  abstracts 

19638-744.     Oct.    1960.      [l]+a  +  40    leaves,    4°      [Translations    of    ab- 
stracts of  articles  which  were  originally  published  in   Sino-Sovlet  bloc 
and  in  Yugoslavia.]     *  Paper,  $1.00   (OTS:  60-41,649). 
L.C.  card  58-61012 

964  5896.  Cultural  and    educational   problems,    Communist    China.     Nov,    16,   1960. 

[4]  p.-f  a  +  51  leaves,  4»      (SS:2147.) 

965  5899.  Textile    industry    and    local    development    in    Indonesia.     Nov.    14,    1960. 

[l]+a  +  8  leaves,  4" 

966  5901.  Directive  on  care  and  breeding  of  livestock.  Communist  China.     Nov.  7, 

1960.      [4]  p.-t-3  leaves,  4»      (SS:2150.) 

967  5906.  Development  of  metallurgical  industry  in  People's  Republic  of  China ;  by 

Wolfgang  Kuentscher.  Nov.  2,  1960.  [l]+7  p.  4"  *  Paper,  50c. 
(OTS:  60-41,662). 

968  5908.  Translations  of  articles  from  Jen-min  Jih-pao   on   economic  and  political 

subjects.  Communist  China.  Nov.  17,  1960.  [4]  p.-fa  +  47  leaves,  4" 
(SS:2152.) 

969  5911.  Selected  articles  from  Kuang-mlng  Daily  on  Ideological  subjects.  Communist 

China.     Nov.  21,  1960.      [4]   p.  +  a  +  20  leaves,  4»      (SS  :  2154.) 

970  5913.  On  possible  cause  of  changes  in  sun-atmosphere  relationship,  USSR   [with 

bibliography];  by  L.  A.  Vitel's.     Oct.  21,  1960.      [1]+13  leaves,,  il.  4° 

*  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,664). 

971  5921.  Speeches  given  at  2d  session  of  3d  National  Committee  on  Chinese  People's 

Political  Consultative  Conference,  Communist  China.  Oct.  21,  1960. 
[4] -1-38  leaves,  4<'      (SS:2157.) 

972  5930,  On  production  and  application  of  glass-reinforced  plastics,  USSR;  by  I. 

Traudafilova.  Oct.  27,  1960.  [l]-f8  leaves,  4o  4>  Paper,  50c.  (OTS: 
60-41,675). 

973  5931.  Problems  of  safety  during  casting  and  processing  of  titanium  alloys,  USSR  ; 

by  B.  M.  Zloblnskiy,  et  al.  Oct.  27,  1960.  [l]+7  leaves,  4"  *  Paper, 
SOc.  (OTS:  60-41,676). 

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974  5932.  Rules  of  conduct  In  contaminated  area,  USSR  ;  by  V.  A.  Medvedfv.     Oct. 

25,  I960.      [11+1  +  58  leaves.  11.  'i'     *  Paper.  $1.00   (OTS:   60-41,677). 

975  5933.  New  technology  In  service  of  7-\'ear  plan,  USSR  ;  bv  K.  P.  Miroshnichenko. 

Oct.  26,  I960.      [l]+83  leaves,  11.  4<>     *  Paper,  $2.25  (OTS  :  60-41.678). 

976  5938.   Soviet  Initiative  In  control  of  cancer  supported  by  UN  General  Assembly. 

Oct.  31,  1960.      [l]+7  leaves.  4"     *  Paper.  50c.    (OTS:  60-41.683). 

977  5939.  Clinical  changes  In  cardiovascular  svstem  during  Ionizing  radiation  treat- 

ments, USSR  [with  bibliography]  ;  bv  V.  V.  Zodiyev,  I.  M.  Yakhnlch,  et  al. 
Oct.  31,  1960.      [11+14  p.  11.  4"     *  Paper,  50c.   (OTS:  60-41,684). 

978  5943.   Socialist   transformation    of    agriculture   In    Mongolian    People's    Republic, 

USSR;  by  G.  S.  Matveyeva.     Oct.  25,  1960.      []]+167  p.  4" 

979  5944.  Use  of  radioactive  Isotopes  for  determining  atmospheric  turbulence,  USSR 

[with  bibliography];  by  N.  N.  Aleksandrov.  Oct.  25,  1960.  [1]  +  14 
leaves,  11.  4<>     <J>  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41.690). 

980  5945.  Logical  designs  of  computers  with  semiconductor  components,  USSR  [with 

bibliography];    by    V.    A.    Zimin.     Oct.    25,    1960.      [l]+39    p.    11.    4» 

*  Paper,  $1.00  (OTS  :  60-41,691  ). 

981  5946.  Explosion  and  Its  utilization,  USSR  ;  bv  G.  I.  Pokrovskly.     Oct.  25,  1960. 

[1]  +  102  p.  11.  4°     *  Paper,  $2.50   (OTS:  60-41.692). 

982  5948.  Data  on  quantitative  distribution  of  bottom  rauna  on  floor  of  Atlantic  Ocean 

[with  bibliography]  ;  by  A.  Kuznetsov,  USSR.  Oct.  25,  1960.  [1]+11 
leaves,  11.  4«     *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,694). 

983  5949.  Investigation    of   penetration    of   pressure    below    surface   of    compressible 

fluid,  USSR  [with  one  reference]  ;  by  A.  G.  Bagdovev.  Oct.  27,  1960. 
[1]  +13  leaves,  11.  4°     *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41.695). 

984  5950.  News   of   higher   educational   Institutions,   Ministry   of   Higher  Education, 

[USSR],  radio  engineering  series  [with  bibliography],  v.  2,  no.  2,  Moscow, 

1959.  Oct.  26,  1960.      [231]  p.  11.  4"     *  Paper,  $3.50  (OTS  :  60-41,696). 

985  5954.   Some  aspects  of  industrialization  In  Indonesia;    [by  S.  Azhari].     Nov.  28, 

1960.  [l]+16p.  4» 

986  5960.  New  factories  established,  Indonesia.     Nov.  7,  1960.      [l]+2  leaves,  4"» 

987  5962.   Soviet  abstracts  :  Biology,  sec.  B,  general  and  special  zoology.  Insects,  book 

no.   4,   1959,   abstracts   16082-371.     Oct.  25,    1960.      [11+73    leaves,   4» 

*  Paper,  $1.00  (OTS:  60-41,699). 
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988  5694.   Selected   economic   translations    on    Eastern   Europe    [Poland]     (239th    In 

series).    Nov.  7,  1960.     [127]  leaves,  11.  4<> 
L.C.  card  59-60183 

989  5966.  6th  all-Union  meeting  on  low  temperature  physics,  USSR  ;  by  R.  Chentsov. 

Oct.  27,  1960.      [11+27  leaves,  4"     *  Paper,   75c.    (OTS  :  60-41,700). 

990  5967.  Soils  and   natural   environment  of  China    [with    bibliography]  ;   by   V.  A. 

Kovda.    Oct.  31,  1960.     [750]  p.  11.  4" 

991  5970.  News   of  higher  educational    Institutions,   Ministry   of  Higher   Education, 

radio  physics  series,  v.  2,  no.  3,  Moscow,  1959,  USSR  [with  bibliog- 
raphies]. Nov.  16,  1960.  [3031  P.  H.  4°  *  Paper,  $4.00  (OTS  :  60- 
41,7041. 

992  5971.  Selected  economic  translations  on  Eastern  Europe   [Intra-bloc,   Hungary] 

(241st  in  series).    Nov.  1,  1960.     [1] +a  +  97  p.  11.  4° 
L.C. card  59-60183 

993  5972.  Selected  economic  translations  on  Eastern  Europe  (242d  In  series)      [East 

Germany,  Hungary,  Poland].     Nov.  1,  1960.     [l]+a  +  117  p.  11.  4" 
L.C.  card  59-60183 

994  5979.  Emerald  mines   (of  Urals)  ;  by  K.  A.  Vlasov  and  Ye.  I.  Kutukova,  USSR. 

Nov.  1,  1960.     [109]  leaves,  il.  4°    4>  Paper,  $2.50   (OTS:  60-11,716). 

995  5981.  Soviet   machine   building,    no.    30,    selected    translations.      Nov.    10,    1960. 

[l]+a  leaves  +  24  p.  11.  4°     *  Paper,  50e.    (OTS  :  61-11033). 

996  5990.  Television  technique  In  astronomy,  USSR  ;  by  Nikolai  P.  Koprovlch.    Nov.  1, 

1960.      [11+73  leaves,  11.   4°     *  Paper,   $2.00    (OTS  :  60-41,727). 

997  5992.  Contribution  of  Soviet  astronomy,  USSR  ;  by  A.  A.  Mikhaylnv.     Nov.  17, 

1960.     [11+19  leaves,  11.  4°     *  Paper,  50c.   (OTS  :  60-41.663). 

998  5993.  Veterinary  medicine  In  USSR;  bv  A.  Mironov  and  A.  Penlonzhko.      [1]  + 

12  leaves,  11.  4<>    *  Paper.  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,729). 

999  6060.  All-state  conference  of  KSC,  step  Into  bright  future,  Czechoslovakia.     Oct. 

7,1960.     [11+17  p.  4» 

1000  6119.  Communist   China    digest,    no.    20    [with    list    of   current    translations    on 

Communist  China].     Oct.  18,  1960.      [4]-fa-f+114  p.  4<>      (SS:1081.) 

1001  6136.  Influence  of  surface  layer  of  atmosphere  on  diffusion  of  heavy  homogeneous 

admixture  from  high  instantaneous  point  source,  USSR  [with  bibliog- 
raphy] :  by  I.  L.  Karol.  Oct.  21,  1900.  [1]+10  p.  4°  4>  Paper,  50c. 
(OTS:  60-31,866). 

1002  6142.  Space  and  time  variations  of  natural  radioactivity  of  atmosphere,   USSR 

[with  bibliography;  bv  S.  G.  Malakhov  and  others].  Oct.  24,  1960. 
[11+15  p.  11.  4»    *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-31,868). 

1003  6144.  Fourth  all-Unlon  conference  on  liquid  state  of  matter,  Ukraine ;  by  H.  P. 

Roshchyna.  Oct.  25,  1960.  [11+12  p.  4°  *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS :  60- 
31,869). 

1004  6154.  Turkey  following  revolution  ;  by  M.  Ploumldls.     Oct.  24,  1960.      [ll+a+ 

17p.  4<> 

1005  6158.  Progress  In  vocational  education  and  study  of  communist  philosophy  and 

ideology  In  Communist  China  [articles].  Oct.  27,  1960.  [8]+a-fl0 
p.  40    (SS:1085.) 

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1006  6159.  Questions  on  formation  of  Communist  China's  bourgeoisie  and  proletariat; 

[by  Wan  Sliu-1].    Oct.  27,  1960.     [2]  +  7  leaves,  4'>     (SS  :  1086.) 

1007  6165.   Speeches  given  at  2rt  session  of  2tl  National  People's  Congress,  Communist 

China.    Nov.  11,  196<».     [4] +a-d+219  p.  4°     (SS:109.) 

1008  6170.  Conspiracies  of   I.F.F.T.U.  against  African  and  Arab   worlvcrs,  Egypt;  by 

Mahinoud  al-Ajaml  and  Alidul  Monelm  el-Ghazali.  Oct.  28,  1960.  [l]-f 
a  +  35  p.  4» 

1009  6173.  Machine  building  in   Communist  China  in  19.')9    [with  list  of  references; 

by  Yu.  N.  Avanasev].    Oct.  28,  1960.     [1] +l-la,  2-5  p.  4° 
L.C. card  58-60S91 

1010  6177.  Shocli    waves    in    multi-component   media,    USSR    [with    bibliography ;   by 

G.  M.  Lvakhov].  Nov.  3,  1960.  [2]+8  p.  11.  40  <J>  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  : 
60-31,882). 

1011  6179.  Distribution  of  hydrogeological  stations  In  USSR  ;   [by  A.  A.  Konoplyant- 

sev].     Oct.   81,   19(;0.      [lj+8    p.  4»     <t>  Paper,    50c.    (OTS  :  60-31,883). 

1012  6181.   Scientific  conference  devoted  to  question  of  role  of  nervous  system   types 

in  metabolic,  compensatory  and  restorative  reactions  of  organism,  Ukrain- 
ian SSR  :  [by  M.  S.  Krasnovsl^a  and  T.  A.  Dzhoyeve].  Oct.  31,  1960. 
[l]+4  leaves,  4°    *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-31,885). 

1013  6191.  Certain    controversial    problems    of    contemporary    burn    treatment,    USSR 

[with  bibliography].  Oct.  31,  1960.  [l]+7  leaves,  4"  4>  Paper,  50c. 
(OTS:  60-31,892). 

1014  0192.  Development  of  cooperative  movement  in  Indonesia.     Nov.  8,  1960.     [1]  + 

5  leaves,  4" 

1015  6193.   Introduction    concerning    Indonesian    political    manifesto.     Nov.    8,    1960. 

[l]+14p.  4" 

1016  6194.  Road  of  development  of  scientific  techniques  of  socialist  society  is  to  com- 

bine foreign  and  native  methods,  Communist  China  ;  [by  Yu  Kuei-ch'un], 
Nov.  8,  1900.      [l]+7  leaves,  4"     *  Paper,  50c.    (OTS:  60-31,893). 

1017  6197.  Resettlement  efforts  In  Indonesia.     Nov.  8,   1960.      [l]4-2  leaves,  4" 

1018  C201.   Selected    Soviet   military   translations,    no.   47    (materials   on   PVO    rocket 

units).     Nov.  7,  1900.      [l]+27p.  4° 
L.C.  card  59-01686 

1019  6202.  Herald  of  communications   (Vestnlk  svyazi),   no.  11,    [Nov.]    1947,  USSR. 

Nov.  4,  1960.      [l]+a  +  70  p.  II.  40     *  Paper,  $1.75   (OTS:  61-11,003). 

1020  6203.  Research  and  introduction  plans  of  institutions  of  Department  of  Technical 

Sciences  of  Academy  of  Sciences  Ukrainian  SSR  for  1960.  Nov.  4,  1960. 
[l]-f3  leaves,  4"     *  Paper,  50c.   (OTS:  61-11,001). 

1021  6204.  Device  for  measuring  h-pnranieters  of  transistors  at  radio  frequencv,  Com- 

munist China:  by  Sun  Ch"ih-kuo.     Nov.  8,  1960.      [1]+12  p.  il.  40 

1022  6205.  Tobacco   production,   census  preparations,   and   foreign   investments  in  In- 

donesia ;    [articles].     Nov.   8,    1960.      [l]-)-a  +  9  leaves,   4° 

1023  6207.  Comprehensive  use  of  wood  in  Communist  China  ;  by  Li  Fan-wu.     Nov.  8, 

1960.      [4]  p.  +  5  leaves.  4»      (SS:1092.) 

1024  6209.  New  USSR  state  standards  for  railroad  clearances  ;  by  A.  B.  Ostrov.     Nov. 

9,1960.      [l]+26p.  il.  4» 

1025  6211.   Communist  China  digest,  no.  27   [with  list  of  current  translations].     Nov. 

8,1960.      [41-f  a-g-f  Hop.  4"      (SS:10S9.) 

1026  6214.  Development  of  socialist  industry  in  Rumania.     Nov.  8,  1960.     [l]-f300 

p.  il.  4° 

1027  6215.   Index  of  La  Stampa  and  La  Stampa  sera,  Oct.  17-25,  1960,  no.  24.     Nov. 

9,  1960.      [l]-f8  p.  4" 
L.C.  card  58-60868 

1028  6216.   Selected  Eastern  Europe  sociological  translations,  no.  33  [Yugoslavia,  Bul- 

garia and  Hungary].     Nov.  10,  1960.      [l]+a-|-43  p.  4<> 
L.C.  card  59-61088 

1029  6217.   Soviet-Chinese   friendship   is   Indissoluble,   USSR.     Nov.    8,    1960.      [l]+9 

p.  4'' 

1030  6218.  Art  against  religion,   USSR;  by   Ya.   Rabinovich.     Nov.   8,   1960.      [l]-f5 

leaves,  4° 

1031  6220.  Foreign  trade  of  USSR  in  1959.     Nov.  14,  1960.      [l]-fa-d  +  269  p.  4» 

1032  6221.  Russian    journal    reports    on    underdeveloped    countries.     Nov.    10,    1960. 

[l]-fa  +  17p.  4» 

1033  6222.   Soviet  research   and  developments  In  insecticides  and  methods  of  applica- 

tion. Nov.  14,  1900.  [l]-fa-|-25  p.  11.  4»  *  Paper,  75c.  (OTS:  61- 
11,031). 

1034  6223.  Nationalism  and  clericalism,  2  forms  of  anti-popular  ideology,  USSR;  [by] 

Ya.  Minkyavichyus.      Nov.  11,  1900.      [1] +7  leaves,  4<> 

1035  6224.  V.  I.   Lenin  and  problem  of  peaceful   coexistence,   USSR.     Nov.   11,   1960. 

[l]+lSp.  4» 

1036  6225.  Soviet-Chinese    friendship     is    indissoluble.     Nov.     11,     1960.      [l]-fa-j-3 

leaves,  4° 

1037  6227.  Economic  developments  in  Indonesia  [articles].     Nov.  11,  1900.      [l]-fa-f 

36  p.  4° 

1038  6229.  News  of   Siberian  Department  of  Academy   of   Sciences,   USSR    [articles]. 

Nov.  11,  1900.      [l]+a-f8  p..  4"     *  Paper.  50c.   (OTS:  61-11,034). 

1039  6230.  New  chemical  methods  for  determining  toxic  substances  in  air,  USSR.     Nov. 

11,  1960.      [l]+6  leaves,  40     *  Paper,  50c.    (OTS:  61-11018). 

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1040  6231.  Reproduction  of  labor  power  In  USSR  and  balance  of  labor   [with  bibliog- 

raphy] ;  by  M.  Ya.  Sonin.     Nov.  14,  I960.      [l]+a-e  +  :^01  p.  4'' 

1041  6234.   Selected    Soviet    military    translations,    no.    39,    (materials    on    Soviet   Air 

Force).     Nov.  16,  l'J60.      l2]+a  +  18p.  4" 
L.C.  card  59-61686 

1042  6237.  V.  I.   Lenin  on   principle  of  peaceful   coexistence  of  2  systems  ;   by  Mikh. 

Osipo V.      Nov.  1 6,  1 960.      [  1  ]  +  1  5  p.  4» 

1043  6238.  Worlcers  self-management  and  division  of  labor  In  Yugoslavia  ;   [by  Stane 

Kavcie].      Nov.  15.  I960.      [  1  ]  +  i:^  p.  4" 

1044  6241.  Aswan  high  dam   and  water  for  Egypt;   by  Aswan,  Colonel  Water.     Nov. 

14,1960.      [l]-fl8p.  4° 

1045  6242.   Selected  Soviet  military  translations,  no.  44   (materials  on  civil  defense). 

Nov.  16,  1900.      [l]+a  +  31  p.  4« 
L.C.  card  59-61686 

1046  6243.  Important  part  of  higher  education,  USSR.     Nov.  14,  1960.      [1] +4  leaves, 

40 

1047  6244.  Characteristic  features  of  turbine  equipment  in  Czechoslovakia  hydroelectric 

power  plants  [with  list  of  references  ;  by  L.  L.  Peterson].     Nov.  14,  1960. 
[1]  +4  leaves,  4" 

1048  6245.   Council  of  producers  within  Yugoslav  Commune;    [by  Stanko  Grozdanlc]. 

Nov.  15,  1960.      f]]-f25p.  4° 

1049  6240.  Contemporary    revisionism,    USSR;     [by    V.     Dokukin].     No.     14,    1960. 

[1] +2  leaves.  4° 

1050  6247.  Conferences  on  peaceful  use  of  atomic  energy,   USSR  ;   by   N.   N.  Nazirov 

and  Ya.  Kh.  Turakulov.     Nov.  17,  1960.      [l]+a  +  9p.  4<>     4>  Paper,  50c. 
(OTS  :  61-11016). 

1051  6248.  Activity    of    Kazakh    SSR    Academy    of    Science,    USSR.     Nov.    17,    1960. 

[2]+a+10  p.  4"     4' Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  61-11008). 

1052  6249.  Summary    of    Rumanian    provincial    press    (Sept.    10-17,    1960),    no.    105. 

Nov.   17,  1060.      [l]+a  +  29  p.  4°      [Includes  list  of  sources.] 

1053  6251.   Selected    Soviet    military    translations,    no.    33.     Nov.    18,    1960.      [l]  +  a 

leaves +  22  p.  -i" 
L.C.  card  59-61686 

1054  6252.  Cybernetics    and    man,    USSR.     Nov.    16,    1960.     a  +  4    leaves,"     4>  Paper, 

50c.  (OTS  :  01-11013). 

1055  6257.  Translations   on   election   of  deputies  and  on   revisions   to  constitution   of 

Mongolian    People's    Republic    [articles].     Nov.    18,    1960.     [l]+a  +  59 
p.  4» 

1056  6258.   Summary  of  Bulgarian  provincial  press,  Sept.  8-14,  1960,  no.  90.     Nov.  14, 

1960.      [l]+a-b  +  8  p.  4"      [Includes  list  of  sources.] 
L.C.  card  59-60700 

1057  6259.   Summary   of  Bulgarian   provincial   press,    Sept.   15-21,    no.   91.     Nov.    16, 

1960.      [l]+a-b  +  8p.  4''      [Includes  list  of  sources.] 
L.C.  card  59-60700 

1058  6261.   Summary  of  Bulgarian  provincial  press    (Sept.   1-7,  1960),  no.  89.     Nov. 

17,1960.      [1] +a-b  +  4  leaves,  4» 
L.C.  card  59-60700 

1059  6262.  Index  of  La  Stampa  and  La  Stampa  sera,  Oct.  24-30,  1900,  no.  25.     Nov. 

17,1960.      [  1  ]+ 8  leaves,  4» 
L.C.  card  58-60868 

1060  6264.  Development  of  chemical   Industry  in  Communist  China.     Nov.   21,   1960. 

[4]+112p.  40      (SS:1096.) 

1061  6269.  Summary  of  Rumanian  provincial  press  (Aug.  6-12,  1960),  no.  103.     Nov. 

22,  1960.      [l]+a  +  15  p.  4"      [Includes  list  of  sources.] 

1062  6271.  Information  on  petroleum,   tobacco,  cement  and  sugar  industries  In  Indo- 

nesia.    Nov.  22,  1960.      [l]+a  +  7p.  40 

1063  6272.   Summary  of  Polish  provincial  press   (Oct.  4-10,  1960),  no.  154.     Nov.  22, 

1960.      [l]+a-b  +  41  p.  4»      [Includes  list  of  newspaper  sources.] 
L.C.  card  58-60883 

1064  6273.   Selected    Soviet    military    translations ;    no.    42.    Combat    training   of   sub- 

marine crews;  by  P.  Sinetskiy.     Nov.  23,  1960.      [l]-fa  +  15  p.  4» 
L.C.  card  59-61686 

1065  6274.  Selected  Soviet  military  translations :  no.  34,  Materials  on  Soviet  Navy. 

No V.  23,  1 900.      [  3  ]  +  31  p.  4° 
L.C.  card  59-61686 

1066  6275.   Selected  translations  on  industrial  construction  in  Communist  China  ;  by 

Ku  Kuan-ven,  Feng  Pin-cho  and  Chen  Si-ming.     Nov.  17,  19G0.      [19]  ti- 
ll. 4»      (SS:1095.) 

1067  6276.  Translations  from   Hung-Ch'i    (Red  flag)    (Peiping,  no.  19,  Oct.   1,   1960). 

Nov.  21,  1960.      [4]+a  +  71  p.  4°      (SS  :  1097.) 
L.C.  card  59-60699 

1068  6277.  Summary   of  Bulgarian   provincial  press    (Sept.  22-Oct.   5,   1960),   no.   92. 

Nov.  23,  1960.      [l]+a-b  +  13  p.  4»      [Includes  list  of  sources.] 
L.C.  card  59-60700 

1069  6278.  Index  of  Le  Monde,  Oct.  2-31,  1960,  France,  no.  5.     Nov.  23,  1960.      [1]  + 

31  p.  4" 

L.C.  card  58-60878 

1070  6279.  Summary  of  Polish  provincial  press  (Oct.  11-17,  1960),  no.  155.     Nov.  23, 

1960.      [ll+a  +  17  p.  4"      [Includes  list  of  newspaper  sources.] 
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1071  6280.  Spot  report  on  Communist  China's  language  reform  ;  by  Takeshlro  Kuralshi. 

Dec.  5,  1960.      [4]+9p.  4»      (SS:1110.) 

1072  6286.  Yunnan    work    report,    Communist    China,    [address   by   Yu-I-ch'uan,    Gov- 

ernor of  Yunnan,  delivered  at  3d  meeting  of  2d  session  of  Yunnan 
People's  Congress].  Nov.  28,  1960.  [1]+18  p.  4»  [For  official  use 
only.]      t 

1073  6289.  Translations  of  Chinese  Communist  articles  on  religion.     Nov.  25,   1960. 

[l]4-a  +  24  p.  4"      (SS:1100.) 

1074  6290.  Translations  from  Chinese  Communist  political  and  sociological  Journals. 

Nov.  25,  1960.      [4]+a  +  43  p.  40      (SS:1101.) 

1075  6298.  Have  we  a  concrete  regional  economic  policy?     West  Germany;  by  Erich 

Dittrlch.      Nov.  25,  1960.      [1] +12  p.  40 

1076  6299.  Index  of  La   Stampa  and  La  Stampa  sera,  Oct.  31-Nov.  6,  1960,  no.  26. 

Nov.  23.  1 960.      [  1  ]  +  7  leaves,  4° 
L.C.  card  58-60868 

1077  6300.  Selected  translations  from  Kommunlst,  no.  13,  Sept.  1960,  USSR.     Nov.  28, 

1960.      [l]+a  leaves  +  61  p.  4° 

1078  6302.  Development    of   metallurgical   industry   In    Communist   China.     Nov.    29, 

1960.      [4]+a-g  +  47  p.  4»      (SS:1107.) 

1079  6308.  Selected   Soviet  military  translations :  no.  37,  Materials  on  civil  defense. 

Nov.  29,  1900.      [l]+a  +  23  p.  4° 
L.C.  card  59-61686 

1080  6304.  Selected   Soviet  military  translation,  no.  45   (materials  on  civil  defense). 

Nov.  29,  1960.      [l]+a  +  22p.  40 
L.C.  card  59-61686 

1081  6305.   Selected  translations  on  international  communist  developments    (no.   19). 

Nov.  30,  1960.      [l]+a  leaves  +  27  p.  4" 

1082  6308.   Summary  of  Rumanian  provincial  press  (Ausr.  13-18,  1960),  no.  108.     Nov. 

30,1960.      [l]+a-b  +  ll  p.  4°     [Inchules  list  of  sources.] 

1083  6309.  Advances  in  building  construction  operations  in  Communist  China.     Nov. 

30,1960.      [4]+a  +  12p.  4°      (SS:1108.) 

1084  6310.  Selected  Soviet  military  translations  :  Civil  defense  manual  no.  46  ;  by  M.  D. 

Kanevskaya.     Nov.  30,  1960.      [1] +a-b  +  122  p.  4° 
L.C.  card  59-61686 

1085  6311.  Activities    of    prominent    Chinese    communist    personalities     (Apr.    1960). 

Nov.  29,  1960.      [4]+47p.  4»      (SS:1109.) 

1086  6319.  Summary  of  Rumanian  provincial  press  (June  12-18,  1960),  no.  104.     Nov. 

29,   1960.      [l]+a  +  8  p.  4"      [Inchules  list  of  sources.] 

1087  6323.   Selected   economic   translations    on    Eastern   Europe    [Bulgaria,   Hungary, 

Yugoslavia],  no.  245.     Dec.  9,  1960.      [l]+a  +  49p.  4° 
L.C.  card  59-60183 
10S8         6325.  Cooperatives  in  1959,  Indonesia.    Nov.  30,  1960.    [1] +2  leaves,  4° 

1089  6326.  Indonesian  land  reform  still  recognizes  private  ownership.     Nov.  30,  1960. 

[l]+2  leaves,  40 

1090  6327.  Translations  on  Indonesian  economy.     Nov.  30,  1960.     [l]+a  leaves+10 

p.  4» 

1091  6332.   Selected    Eastern    Europe    sociological    translations,    no.    34    [Yugoslavia, 

Rumania,  East  Germany].     Dec.  2,  1960.     [l]+a  leaves+121  p.  4° 
L.C.  card  59-61088 

1092  6333.   Summary  of  Rumanian  provincial  press   (.Tuly  29-Aug.  5,   1960),  no.  107. 

Dec.  2,  19(i0.     [l]+a  +  6  leaves,  4»      [Includes  list  of  sources.] 

1093  6335.  Education  statistics,  higher  education,  1945/46-1957/58,  Poland.     Dec.  3, 

1960.     [l]+a-c+135p.  40 

1094  6336.  Index  of  La  Stampa  and  La  Stampa  sera,  Nov.  7-13,  1960,  no.  27.     Nov. 

30,1960.     [l]+7  leaves,  40 
L.C.  card  58-60868 

1095  6339.  Newspaper  articles  on  Ho  Chi  Mlnh,  North  Vietnam.     Nov.  30,  1960.     [1]  + 

a  +  72p.  4" 

1096  6340.   Summary  of  Polish  provincial  press  (Sept.  13-19,  1960),  no.  151.     Nov.  28, 

1960.     [l]+a-b  +  33  p.  4» 
L.C.  card  58-60883 

1097  6341.   Summary  of  Rumanian  provincial  press   (July  2-8,  1960),  no.  109.     Nov. 

30,1960.     [l]+a4-29p.  4»    [Includes  list  of  sources.] 

1098  6342.  New  regulations  on  bonus  payments  to  engineers  and  technicians  at  indus- 

trial enterprises  in  Poland;  [by  E.  Parberova].  Dee.  1,  1960.  [l]-f6 
leaves,  4" 

1099  6343.  Fishing   grounds  in  Franco-British   sector  of  Atlantic;    [by   Mr.  Letoux]. 

Dec.  1,  1960.    [1]  +5  leaves,  4« 

1100  6350.  Summary  of   Polish   provincial  press    (Oct.   18-24,    1960),   no.  156.     Nov. 

29,  1960.     [1]  +a-b  +  24  p.  4» 
L.C.  card  58-60883 

1101  6351.  Developments  in  agricultural  cooperatives  and  party  discipline  In  North 

Vietnam.    Dec.  3,  1960.     [1] -f  a-|-31  p.  4<> 
110^2         6355.  Excerpts  from  Russian  monograph  on  development  of  economic  relations 

between  communist  countries  of  Europe ;  by  N.  I.  Ivanov.    Dec.  2,  1960. 

[1] +22  p.  40 
1103         6359.  Selected    Soviet   military  translations :    no.   48,   Decree   on   States   border 

protection.    Dec.  6, 1960.     [1]  +12  p.  4° 

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1104  6363.  First  meeting  of  workers  of  Czechoslovakia!!  fuel  Industry,  USSR  ;  by  V.  G. 

Zashkvara,  N.  S.  Gryaznov,  and  P.  A.  Shchukin.     Dec.  6,  1960.     [l]+7 
leaves,  4" 

1105  6369.  Selected  Eastern  Europe  sociological  translations,  no.  35   [Rumania,  Hun- 

gary, East  Germany,  Czechoslovakia].     Dec.  9,  1960.     [1]  +a  leaves  +  45 

p.  40 

L.C.  card  59-61088 

1106  6375.  Communist    China    digest,    no.    28.      Dec.    6,    1960.      [3]+a-f+lll    p.   40 

(SS:  1111.) 

1107  6376.  Prospects  of  USSR  and  US  competition  In  machine  construction  ;    [by  G. 

Smlrnov  and  N.  Yasnovskiy].    Dec.  8,  1960.     [l]-fl5p.  4" 

1108  6378.  Directives  for  modernization  of  machine  tools,  Czechoslovakia  ;  by  Mojmlr 

Soukup.    Dec.  8,  1960.     [l]+12p.  4° 

1109  6379.  Summary  of  Bulgarian  provincial  press  (Oct.  6-12,  1960),  no.  93.     Dec.  8, 

1960.     []]-f  a-b  +  8  p.  4"    [Includes  list  of  sources.] 
L.C.  card  59-60700 

1110  6380.  Summary  of  Bulgarian  provincial  press  (Oct.  13-19,  1960),  no.  94.     Dec.  8, 

1960.     [l]-fa-b-f  13p.  4"    [Includes  list  of  sources.] 
L.C.  card  59-60700 

1111  6388.  Index  of  La  Stampa  and  La  Stampa  sera,  Nov.  14r-20,  1960,  no.  28.     Dec.  7, 

1960.     [l]-)-8p.  4° 
L.C.  card  5^-60868 

1112  6389.  Speeches  given  at  2d  session  of  2d  National  People's  Congress,  Communist 

China.     Dec.  12,  1960.      [4] +a-c  +  199  p.  4»      (SS:1112.) 

1113  6403.  Selected  Soviet  military  translations  :  no.  34.     Dec.  15,  1960.      [l]+a  +  22 

p.  4° 

L.C.  card  59-61686 

1114  6405.  Selected  translations  on  international  communist  developments   (no.  18). 

Dec.  13,  1960.      [l]+87p.  4» 

1115  6409.  Selected    Soviet    military    translations:    no.    35.     Dec.    13,    1960.     [1]  + 

a  +  23p.  4" 

L.C.  card  59-61686 

1116  7001.  Dlpole  moments  of  some  halogenpolynltroalcanes,  USSR  [with  list  of  cited 

references]  ;  by  A.  N.  Shidlovskaya.     Nov.  9,  1960.      [l]+4  leaves,  11.  4° 

*  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  60-41,736). 

1117  7002.  Electromagnetic  method  designed  to  measure  speed  of  explosion  products, 

USSR  [with  list  of  cited  references]  ;  bv  V.  M.  Zaytsev,  P.  F.  Pokhil,  and 
K.  K.  Shvedov.      [l]-f4  leaves,  4»     *  Paper,  50c.   (OTS:  60-41,737). 

1118  7010.  Economic  report  on  North  Korea,  (32d  of  series).     Nov.  10,  1960.      [1]  + 

a-d  +  96p.  40 
L.C.  card  58-60951 

1119  7020.  Military    thought    of   Mao   Tse-tung,   Communist   China.     Nov.    22,    1960. 

[4]  p. +  13  leaves,  4»      (SS:2175.) 

1120  7022.  Struggle    for    longevity,    USSR;    by    F.    M.    Kolomiytsev.     Nov.    7,    1960. 

[ll  +  A-B  +  152  p.  4°     *  Paper,  $3.00  (OTS  :  60-41,755). 

1121  7034.   Soviet  construction,  no.  17,  selected  translations.     Nov.  10,  1960.      [l]+a 

leaves  +  20  p.  4o     *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  61-11020). 

1122  7039.  Selected    economic   translations    on    Eastern    Europe    [Poland,    Rumania] 

(243rd  in  series).     Nov.  9,  1960.     [l]+a  +  78  p.  11.  4° 
L.C.  card  59-60183 

1123  7040.  Selected    economic    translations    on    Eastern    Europe    [Bulgaria,    Czecho- 

slovakia,   Rumania]     (24th    In    series).     Nov.    10,    1960.     [l]+a+81 

leaves,  11.  4" 

L.C.  card  59-60183 

1124  7041.  Selected  economic  translations  on  Eastern  Europe   [East  Germany,  Hun- 

garv]    (248th  in  series).     Nov.  16,  1960.      [l]+a  +  77  p.  11.  4» 
L.C.  card  59-60183 

1125  7042.  Soviet   machine   building,   no.   31,   selected  translations.     Nov.    10,    1960. 

*  Paper,  50c.  (OTS  :  61-11019). 

1126  7051.  Analvsis  of  economic  growth   in  Communist  China ;   by  Noburu  Tsuchii. 

Nov.  15,  1960.      [4]  p. -f  39  leaves,  40      (SS:2179.) 

1127  7063.  Summary  of  Czechoslovak  provincial   press    (July  20-26,   1960)    (66th   of 

series).     Oct.  21,  1960.      [l]+a-b-f  15  leaves,  40 
L.C.  card  59-60695 

1128  7076.  Selected   economic   translations  on   Eastern  Europe    [Hungary]    249th   in 

series).     Nov.  17,  1960.      [1] +a-f-89  leaves,  4" 
L.C.  card  59-60183 

1129  7096.  Selected  economic  translations  on  Eastern  Europe    [Intrabloc,   Hungary, 

Poland]    (246th  in  series).     Nov.   14,  1960.      [l]-fa-b  +  108  p.  11.  4» 
L.C. card  59-60183 

1130  7097.  Selected   economic   translations    on   Eastern  Europe    [Poland]    (247th    In 

series).     Nov.  15,  1960.      [1]  -f-a-|-94  leaves,  4° 
L.C.  card  59-60183 

1131  7121.  Summary  of  Hungarian  provincial  press    (Sept.   13-18,   1960)    (142nd   of 

series)    [with  bibliography].     Nov.   15,    1960.      [l]-fa-c  +  40   leaves.   4<> 
L.C.  card  58-60912 

1132  7127.  Shortcomings  In   planning  of  electric  power   station   construction,   USSR  ; 

by  L.  Murakhverl.     Nov.  16,  1960.      [1]  + 19  leaves,  4° 

1133  7131.  Utilization  of  manpower.  Communist  China ;  by  Jen  Pai-1.     Nov.  29,  1960. 

[4]-f20p.  40      (SS:2183.) 

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1134  7135.   Selected   traaslations  from   Kung-jen   Jih-pao   on   technological   revolution. 

Sept.  1960,  Communist  China.     Nov.  30,  1960.      [4]+a  +  29  p.  4»      (SS  : 
2184.) 

1135  7138.  Translations  of  articles  from  Kung-jen  Jih-pao  (Worker's  daily)  on  indus 

trial    subject,    Communist    China.     Nov.    30,    1960.      [4]+a  +  16    p.    4" 
(SS:  2185.) 

1136  7140.  Selected  economic  translations   on  Eastern  Europe   [Czechoslovakia,  East 

Germanv]    (253d  in  series).     Nov.  23,  1960.      [l]+a+70  p.  4° 
L.C.  card  59-60183 

1137  7141.   Summary  of  Czechoslovak  provincial  press   (July  27-Aug.  3,  1960)    (67th 

of  series).     Oct.  28,  1960.      [1  ] +a-b  + 15  leaves,  4» 

1138  7142.   Summary   of  Czechoslovak   provincial    press    (Aug.    3-19,    1960)    (68th   of 

series).     Nov.  4,  1960.      [1] +a-b  +  15  leaves,  4o 

1139  7153.   Summary   of   Hungarian    provincial   press    (Aug.   23-28,    1900)    (140th   of 

series)    [with   bibliography].     Nov.   22,   1960.      [l]+a-d  +  47   p.  4° 
L.C.  card  58-60912 

1140  7156.  Selected   economic    translations    on   Eastern   Europe    [Czechoslovakia,   Po- 

land, Yugoslavia]   (254th  in  series).     Nov.  24,  1960.      [l]-f-a  + 46  leaves, 
40 

L.C.  card  59-60183 

1141  7158.   Summary   of  Czechoslovak   provincial  press    (Aug.  10-16,   1960)    (69th  of 

series).     Nov.  11.  1960.      [1] +a-b+14  leaves,  4° 
L.C. card  59-60695 

1142  7162.   Selected  economic  translations  on  Eastern  Europe  [Intrabloc  and  Poland] 

(251st  in  series).     Nov.  21,  1960.      [l]+a  +  91  leaves,  4» 
L.C.  card  59-60183 

1143  7163.  Selected  economic  translations  on  Eastern  Europe   [Poland]    (252d  In  se- 

ries).    Nov.  22,  1960.      [122]  leaves,  U.  4° 
L.C.  card  59-601  S3 

1144  7164.  Building  of  socialism   In  Democratic  People's  Republic  of  Korea  ;    [by  Tl 

Chang-ok].      Nov.  28.  1960.      [l]+24p.4» 

1145  7187.  Selected    economic    translations    on    Eastern    Europe    [Intrabloc,    Poland] 

(256th  in  series).     Nov.  28,  1960.      [1] -f  a-|-125  p.  II.  4» 
L.C.  card  59-6(»l83 

1146  7194.  Summary  of  Hungarian  provincial  press  (Aug.  30-Sept.  4,  1960)    (141st  of 

of  series)    [with  bibliography].     Nov.  25,  1960.      [l]-fa-d  +  23  p.  4° 
L.C.  card  58-60912 

1147  7196.   Selected  economic  translations  on  Eastern  Europe  [Bulgaria,  Poland,  Yu- 

goslavia]   (258th  in  series).     Nov.  30,  1960.      [l]-f-a  +  68  p.  4<> 
L.C.  card  59-60183 

1148  7197.  Selected    economic    translations   on   Eastern   Europe    [Poland]    (259th   In 

series).     Dec.  1,  1960.      [1] -t-a-b-1-58  p.  11.  40 
L.C.  card  59-601S3 

1149  7241.  Research  report  on  Albanian  Provincial  Party  and  government  personnel. 

Dec.  1.  1960.      [l]4-a-|-18p.  4° 

1150  7249.   Selected   economic   translations   on    Eastern   Europe    [Bulgaria,   Czechoslo- 

vakia,  East   Germany,   Poland,   Yugoslavia]    (261st  In   series).     Dee.   5, 
1960.      [l]+a-b-f  106p.il.  4° 
L.C.  card  59-00183 

1151  7250.  Selected    economic    translations    on    Eastern    Europe    [Intrabloc,    Czecho- 

slovakia,  Hungary,  Poland,   Rumania]    (262d  In  series).     Dec.   6,   1960. 
[l]4-a-b-f  106  p.  il.  4° 
L.C. card  59-60183 

1152  7281.  Summary   of   Czechoslovak  provincial  press    (Aug.   17-23,   1960)    (70th  of 

series).     Nov.  18.  1960.      [1] -fa-b4-14  p.  4° 
L.C.  card  59-60695 

1153  7282.  Summary   of   Czechoslovak   provincial   press    (Aug.   24-30,  1960)    (71st  of 

series).     Nov.  25.  1960.      [1] -l-a-b+14  p.  4" 
L.C.  card  59-60695 

JPRS  R  (series).     [Processed.]  Y  3.J  66  :  12/(nos.) 

1154  104-N/26.  Translations    on    Soviet    geodesy,    1925-40:    Magnetic    anomaly    near 

village  Chashniki.  Oct.  12,  1960.  [l]-|-5  leaves,  11.  4"  [From 
Geosezist  no.  17-18,  1926.]      *  Pnper,  50c.   (OTS  :  60-41.601). 

1155  105-N/8.     Translations  on   Soviet  geodesy,    1925-40 :   Reception  of  time  signals 

bv  Cook's  method:  [by  P.  Dolgov].  Oct.  11,  1960.  [l]+4  leaves, 
ii.  4°  [From  Geodezist  no.  3,  1927.]  *  Paper,  50c.  (OTS :  60- 
41,547). 

1156  105-N/17.  Translations  on  Soviet  geodesy,  1925-40:  New  form  of  ratio  between 

ami)litude  and  length  of  meridian  arc  ;  [by  F.  Krasovskiy].  Oct.  12, 
1060.  [1]  +6  leaves,  4°  [From  Geodezist  no.  10,  1927.]  *  Paper, 
50c.  (OTS:  60-41,599). 

1157  105-N/23.  Translations  on  Soviet  geodesy,  1925— iO  ;  Savran'  magnetic  anomaly ; 

[by  A.  Vashchalov].  Sept.  28,  1960.  [l]+3  leaves,  il.  4"  [From 
Geodezist  no.  8,  1927.]  *  Microfilm,  $1.80;  photocopy,  $1.80 
(OTS:  60-41,757). 

1158  108-N/42.  Translations  on  Soviet  geodesy  :  1925-40  :   Solution  of  2  point  prob- 

lem by  graphic  method;  [by  S.  Klimiashvlli].  Oct.  12,  1960.  [1] 
+  2  leaves,  11.  4°  [From  Geodezist  no.  5,  1930.]  *  Paper,  50c. 
(OTS  :  60-41,591). 

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JUSTICE  DEPARTMENT 


1159 
1160 


Opinions  of  Attorney  General  [volume  41,  Opinions].  J  1.5/a  :  (nos.) 

80.  Recess  appointments  :  July  14,  I960.      [I960.]      19  p.     *  Paper,  10c. 

81.  Old  San  Francisco  Mint  building,  disposition  as  surplus  property  ;  July   18, 

1960.      11960.]      8  p.      •  Paper,  5c. 


LABOR  DEPARTMENT 

1161  American  workers'  fact  book,  1960.     [2d  edition.]      [I960.]     xiv+P)55  and 

iv+40  p.  il.     [Includes  Appendix  entitled  United  States  Department  of 

Labor.]     *  Paper,  $1.50.     •  Item  745 

L.C.  card  L  60-82  L  1.2 :  W  89/4/960 

1162  Automation  and  governmental  policy,  address  by  Under  Secretary  of  Labor 

James  T.  O'Counell  before  annual  congress  of  American  industry  con- 
ducted by  National  Association  of  Manufacturers,  New  York,  N.Y.,  Dec. 
9,  1960.     [I960.]     9  leaves,  4°     (USDLr-i323.)      [Processed.]     t 

L  1.13  :  Oc  5/30 

1163  Statement  of  .James  P.  Mitcbell,  Secretary  of  Labor,  to  National  Conference 

of  Legislative  Leaders,  Chicago,  111.,  Nov.  10-14,  1960.  [I960.]  8  leaves, 
4°     [Processed.]     t  L  1.13  :M  69/43 

LABOR  STANDARDS  BUREAU,  Labor  Dept. 

Bulletins.     •  Item  763  L  16.3:  (nos.) 

1164  158.  State  child-labor  standards,   State-by-State  summary  of  laws  affecting  em- 

plovment  of  minors  under  18  years  of  age;  [jirepared  by  Ora  Mitchell  and 

Svlvia    R.    Weissbrodt].     Revised    1960.      [I960.]      x+210    p.     'Paper, 

60c. 

L.C.  card  L  61-7 

1165  220.  Attorneys'  fees   in  workmen's  compensation,  report  of  standards  and   pro- 

cedures   In    State    legislation     [with    bibliography ;    prepared    by    Milton 
Brooke].     Sept.  1960.     v-t-47p.il.     •  Paper,  25c. 
L.C.  card  L  61-8 

1166  Comparisons  of  State  safety  codes  with  ASA,  floor  and  wall  openings, 

A  12,  1932  [chart].     INIar.  1960.     1  p.  t"     (Division  of  Safety.)     t 

L  16.7/2 :  F  65 

Leaflets.  L  16.45:  (nos.) 

1167  1.  Youth  employment  publications.     2d  revision  1960.     [I960.]      [8]  p.  narrow 

8°      [Processed.]      t 

1168  6.  Young    workers   under    18,    1959    supplement.     Revised   1960.      [I960.]      [10] 

p.  11.  narrow  8°     t 

LABOR  STATISTICS  BUREAU,  Labor  Dept. 


1169 

1170 

1171 

1172 
1173 


BLS  report. 

166.  Injuries  and  accident  causes  In  water-supply  utilities  :  [prepared  by  Gilbert 
R.  Rvback].      [I960.]      cover  title,  ill -f- 70  p.  11.  4°     f 
L.C.  card  L61-6  L  2.7  :  166 


Bulletins.     •  Item  768 
1281. 


L  2.3:  (nos.) 

Subject  Index  of  bulletins  published  by  Bureau  of  Labor  Statistics,  1915- 

59    [with   annotated   listing  of  Bulletins   1895-1959  ;   prepared  by   M. 

Frances    Marshall    and    Gladys    B.    Wash].      [I960.]      ili-|-102    p.    4° 

[Also  Issued  as  H.  doc.  423,  86th  Cong.,  2d  sess.]      *  Paper,  55c. 

L.C.  card  L  61-1 
1283.       Composition   of  payroll  hours  In  manufacturing,  1958  ;   [prepared  by  L. 

Earl  Lewis].     Oct.  1960.     v-f  33  p.  11.  4°      [Also  Issued  as  H.  doc.  31, 

87th  Cong.,  1st  sess.]      *  Paper,  30c. 

L.C.  card  61-5 
12S5— 2.   Occupational   wage  survev  :  Green  Bav,  Wis.,  Aug.  1960  ;    [prepared   by 

Woodrow   C.    Linn].     Oct.   1960.     lll-)-20   p.   oblong    8°      [Also   issued 

as  H.  doc.  33,  pt.  2,  87th   Cong.,   1st  sess.]      •  Paper,  20c. 
1285-3.  Same:    Oklahoma    City,    Okla. ;    Aug.    1960;    [prepared    by    Donald    M. 

Cruse].     Oct.  1960.     lii-|-22  p.  oblong  8<>      [Also  Issued  as  H.  doc.  33, 

pt.  3,  87th  Cong.,  let  sess.]      •  Patier,  25c. 


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1174  1285-4.  Same :   San  Bernardino-Rlverside-Ontarlo,  Calif.,  Sept.  1960 ;   [prepared 

by    William   P.    O'Connor]      Nov.   1960.     111  +  16   p.    oblong  8°      [Also 
issued  as  H.  doc.  33,  pt.  4,  87th  Cong.,  1st  sess.]      •  Paper,  20c. 

1175  1285-5.  Same:  Raleigh,  N.C.,  Sept.  I960;  [prepared  by  Donald  M.  Cruse].     Oct. 

1960.     Hi +  22  p.  oblong  8°      [Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  33,  pt.  5,  87th 
Cong.,  1st  sess.]      *  Paper,  25c. 

1176  1285-6.   Same  :    Little  Rock-North   Little   Rock,   Ark.,   Aug.   i960  ;    [prepared  by 

Donald  M.  Cruse].     Oct.  1960.     ili  +  22  p.  oblong  8°      [Also  issued  as 
H.  doc.  33,  pt.  6,  87th  Cong.,  1st  sess.]      *  Paper,  25c. 

1177  1285-7.  Same:  Seattle,  Wash.,  Aug.   1960;   [prepared  by  William  P.  O'Connor]. 

Nov.   1960.     lii  +  24  p.  oblong  8°      [Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  33,  pt.  7, 
87th  Cong.,  1st  sess.]      •  Paper,  25c. 

1178  1285-8.   Same  :  Scranton,  Pa.,  Aug.  1960  ;  [prepared  by  Elliott  A.  Browar].     Nov. 

1960.     111  +  22   p.  oblong  8°     [Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  33,  pt.  8,  87th 
Cong.,  1st  sess.]      *  Paper,  25c. 

1179  1285-9.  Same:   Wichita,  Kans.,   Sept.   1960;    [prepared  by  Woodrow  C.  Linn]. 

Nov.   1960.     111+22  p.  oblong  8"      [Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  33,  pt.  9, 
87th  Cong.,  1st  sess.]      *  Paper,  25c. 

1180  1286.       National   survey  of   professional,   administrative,  technical,   and  clerical 

pay,  winter  1959-60,  accountants  and  auditors,  attorneys,  engineers 
and  scientists,  personnel  management,  clerical  supervisory,  draftsmen, 
office  clerical;  [prepared  in  Division  of  Wages  and  Industrial  Rela- 
tions]. Oct.  1960.  v  +  49  p.  11.  4»  [Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  35,  87th 
Cong.,  1st  sess.]  *  Paper,  35c. 
L.C.  card  L  61-4 

1181  Directory  of  community  wage  surveys,  1948-June  1960.     Revised  1960. 

[Oct.  I960.]     cover  title,  i+20  p.  12°     [Processed.     This  issue  brings 
up-to-date  earlier  directories  which  were  released  in  Feb.  1954,  Sept. 
1954,  Nov.  1955,  Dec.  1957,  and  Sept.  1959.]     t 
L.C.  card  55-60522  L  2.2 :  W  12/15/960 

1182  Foreign  labor  information :  Foreign  trade  and  collective  bargaining ;  [by 

Philip  Arnow].  Nov.  1960.  cover  title,  v+37  p.  4°  [Processed. 
Speech  delivered  at  spring  meeting  of  Industrial  Relations  Research 
Association,  Detroit,  Mich.,  INIay  7,  I960.]     t  L2.72:  T67 

1183  JUinutes,  business  research  advisory  council  to  Bureau  of  Labor  Statistics, 

Oct.  25,  1960.     [I960.]     16  p.  4"     [Processed.]     t  L  2.2  :B  96/960 

IMonthly  labor  review  reprint,     t 

1184  Office  automation  In  Federal  Government ;  [by  Richard  W.  Rlche  and  William  E. 

Aim.     [1960.1     p.  933-938,  4°     [From  Monthly  labor  review,   Sept.    I960.] 

L  2.6/a  :  Au  82/4 

IVIonthly  labor  review  reprint,     t 

1185  2346.   Interim  city  worker's  family  budget,  purpose  and  methods  used  in  Interim 

revision,  quantities  of  goods  and  services  in  budget,  its  cost  In  20  large 
cities,  autumn  1959 ;  [by]  Helen  H.  Lamale  and  Margaret  S.  Stotz. 
[I960.]      p.    785-808,   4<>      [From   Monthly    Labor   Review,    Aug.    I960.] 

L  2.6/a  2346 

1186  New  look  at  outlook ;  by  James  J.  Treires.     [I960.]     3  p.  il.  4°     [Processed. 

Reprint  from  Occupational  outlook  quarterly,  v.  3,  no.  3,  Sept.  1959.]     t 

L  2.70/4a  :  Ou  8/2 

1187  Progress  report,  Division  of  Manpower  and  Employment  Statistics,  Oct. 

1960.     Nov.  25,  1960.     8  leaves,  4°     [Processed.]     t     L  2.2 :  M  31/19/960 

1188  Publications  of  Division  of  Productivity  and  Technological  Developments 

[published  as  of  Oct.  1,  I960.]  Nov.  1960.  [l]+6  leaves,  4°  [Proc- 
essed.]    t  L  2.34/2  :  P  94/4 

1189  Retail  price  indexes  for  fuels  and  electricity,  historical  series  Jan.  1913- 

Dec.  1959.     Oct.  1960.     [4]+llp.4"     [Processed.]     t 

L.C.  card  L  61-3  L  2.40 :  913-59 

LIBRARY  OF  CONGRESS 

1190  Catalog  of  18th  National  Exhibition  of  Prints,  held  at  Library  of  Congress. 

1960.     iii  +  [l]+8  p.  1  pi.     (Prints  and  Photographs  Division,  Refer- 
ence Dept.)     t     •Item813-A 
L.C.  card  43-16468  LC  25.8 :  960 

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January  1961 

1191  Music  Division  in  Library  of  Congress.     1960.     [l]+25  p.   il.   1  pi.     t 

*  Item  813  LC  12.2 :  M  97/5 

1192  Robert  W.  Woolley,  register  of  his  papers  in  Library  of  Congress.     Wash- 

ington, 1960.     [3]   p. +21  leaves,  4°     (Manuscript  Division,  Reference 

Department.)      [Processed.]     t  Paper,  30c.,  Card  Division. 

L.C.  card  60-60093  LC  4.2 :  W  88 

LINCOLN  SESQUICENTENNIAL  COMMISSION 

1193  Abraham  Lincoln  Sesquicenteunial,  1959-60,  final  report.     [I960.]     xvi+ 

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MEDICINE  AND  SURGERY  BUREAU  (Navy),  Defense  Dept. 

1194  Handbook  of  Hospital  Corps,  Navy.     [Revised  edition.]      (NAVMED  P- 

5004.)     [Prepared  by  Publications  Division,  edited  by  L.  B.  Marshall, 
D.  R.  Childs.]      •  Item  3S5-B 

L.C.  card  14-30856  D  206.6/3  :  H  79/chap.2 

chap.  2.  Anatomy  and  physiology  [with  list  of  references].     1  +  62  p.  il.  4° 

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Information  circulars.  I  28.27 :  ( nos. ) 

1195  7975.  Injury  experience  in   quarrying,   1957  ;   by  John  C.   Machisak,   Naomi  W. 

Kearney,   and  Zelda   S.  Glldden.      [I960.]      lv  +  55   p.   4»     *  Paper,   40c. 

•  Item  637-A 
L.C.  card  13-.35364 

1196  7983.  Methods  and  costs  of  producing  brown  iron  ore  at  2  small  southern  Mis- 

souri  mines    [with   bibliography];    by    H.   D.   Kline.      [I960.]      [3]-|-18 
p.  11.  4»     •  Paper,  20c.      •  Item  637-A 

1197  7993.  Catalog  of  recorded  exploration  drilling  and  mine  workings,  Trl-State  zinc- 

lead   district,    Missouri,   Kansas,   and   Oklahoma    [with   selected   bibliog- 
raphy] ;    by    Louis    C.    Brichta.      [I960.]      [5]-fl3    p.    IL    4    maps,    4° 

*  Paper,  60c.      •  Item  637-A 

1198  List  of  publications  issued  by  Bureau  of  Mines  July  1,  1910-Jan.  1,  1960, 

with  subject  and  author  index ;  by  Hazel  J.  Stratton.     1960.     v+826  p. 
4"     (Special   publication.)     [Supersedes   all   previous  indexes   of   Bu- 
reau's own  publications.]     *  Paper,  $4.25.     •  Item  638 
L.C.  card  29-26048  I  28.5  :  910-60 

1199  Mineral  industry  of  Alaska;  by  Alvin  Kaufman   [and  others].     [I960.] 

[2]+2Sp.  il.     [Preprint  from  ]VIinerals  yearbook,  1959,  V.  3.]     *  Paper, 
15c.  1 2S.37/a  2  :  Al  ls/959 

1200  Mineral  industry  of  California ;  by  L.   E.  Davis  and  R.   Y.   Ashizawa. 

[I960.]     [2]-f58  p.  il.     [Preprint  from  Minerals  yearbook,  1959,  v.  3.] 

*  Paper,  20c.  I  28.37/a  2  :  C  12/9-59 

1201  Mineral  industry  of  Colorado  ;  by  Alfred  L.  Ransome  [and  others].    [1900.] 

[2] +36  p.  il.     [Preprint  from  Minerals  yearbook,  19.59,  v.  3.]     *  Paper, 
15c.  I  28.37/a  2  :  C  71/959 

1202  Mineral  industry  of  Florida ;  by  Lawrence  E.  Shirley  and  Robert  O.  Ver- 

non.    [I960.]      [2] +29  p.  il,     [Preprint  from  Minerals  yearbook,  1959, 
V.  3.]     *  Paper,  15c.  1 28.37/a  2  :  F  66/959 

1203  Mineral  industry  of  Illinois ;  by  Matthew  G.  Sikich.     [I960.]     [2] +29  p. 

il.     [Preprint  from  Minerals  yearbook,  1959,  v.  3.]     *  Paper,  15c. 

I  2S.37/a  2 :  II  6/959 

1204  Mineral  industry  of  Indiana ;  by  Donald  F.   Klyce  and  Mary  B.  Fox. 

[I960.]     [2] +18  p.     [Preprint  from  Minerals  yearbook,   1959,  v.  3.] 

*  Paper,  10c.  I  28.37/a  2 :  In  2/959 

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1205  Mineral  industry  of  Kansas ;  by  D.  B.  Taliaferro,  jr.  [and  others].     [I960.] 

[2] +23  p.  il.     [Preprint  from  Minerals  yearbook,  1959,  v.  3.]     *  Paper, 
15c.  I  28.37/a  2 :  K  13/959 

1206  Mineral  industry  of  Kentucky ;  by  Avery  H.  Reed,  jr.,  Preston  McGrain, 

and  Mildred  E.  Rivers.     [I960.]      [2] +21  p.  il.     [Preprint  from  Min- 
erals yearbook,  19.")9,  v.  3.]     *  Paper,  1.5c.  I  28.37/a  2  :  K  41/959 

1207  Mineral  industry  of  Louisiana ;  by  Robert  S.  Sanford  and  Leo  W.  Hough. 

[I960.]      [2] +26  p.     [Preprint  from  Minerals  yearbook,    1959,   v.   3.] 

*  Paper,  15e.  1 28.37/a  2 :  L  93/959 

1208  Mineral  industry  of  Montana ;  by  Frank  B.  Fulkerson,  Gary  A.  Kingston 

and  A.  J.  Kauffman,  jr.     [I960.]      [2] +25  p.  il.     [Preprint  from  Min- 
erals yearbook,  1959,  v,  3.]     *  Paper,  15c.  I  28.37/a  2  :  M  76/9.59 

1209  Mineral  industry  of  New  York ;  by  Joseph  Krickich,  Robert  "W.  Metcalf  and 

Robert  E.  Ela.     [I960.]     [2]-}- 28  p.  il.     [Preprint  from  Minerals  year- 
book, 1959,  V.  3.]     *  Paper,  15c.  I  28.37/a  2 :  N  42  y/959 

1210  Mineral  industry  of  Ohio ;  by  Joseph  Krickich,  Stanley  A.  Feitler,  and  Roy 

H.  Davis.     [I960.]      [2] +29  p.  il.     [Preprint  from  Minerals  yearbook, 
1959,  V.  3.]     *  Paper,  15c.  I  28.37/a  2 :  Oh  3/959 

1211  Mineral  industry  of  Oklahoma ;  by  Peter  Grandone  and  William  E.  Ham. 

[I960.]     [2] +26  p.  il.     [Preprint  from  Minerals  yearbook,  1959,  v.  3.] 

*  Paper,  15c.  I  28.37/a  2  :  Ok  4/959 

1212  Mineral  industry  of  Pennsylvania ;  by  Robert  D.  Thomson,  Mary  E.  otte, 

and  Robert  E.  Ela.     [I960.]     [2] +48  p.  il.     [Preprint  from  Minerals 
yearbook,  1959,  V.  3.]     *  Paper,  20c.  I  28.37/a  2 :  P  38/995 

1213  Mineral  industry  of  Tennessee;  by  Avery  H.  Reed,  jr.,  William  D.  Hai'de- 

man,  jr.,   and  Mildred   E.   Rivers.     [I960.]     [2] +22  p.   il.     [Preprint 
from  Minerals  yearbook,  1959,  v.  3.]     *  Paper,  15c.     I  28.37/a  2 :  T  25/959 

1214  Mineral  industry  of  Texas ;  by  F.  F.  Netzeband,  and  Roselle  M.  Girard. 

[I960.]     [2]  +59  p.  il.     [Preprint  from  Minerals  yearbook,  1959.  v.  3.] 

*  Paper,  20c.  I  28.37/a  2 :  T  31/959 

1215  Mineral  industry  of  Utah ;  by  William  H.  Kerns,  F.  J.  Kelly  and  D.  H. 

Mullen.     [I960.]     [2] +29   p.    il.     [Preprint   from   Minerals   yearbook, 
1959,  V.  3.]    *  Paper,  15c.  I  28.37/a  2 :  Ut  1/959 

1216  Mineral  industry  of  Virginia  ;  by  Robert  W.  Metcalf,  James  L.  Calver  and 

Stanley  A.  Feitler.     [I960.]      [2] +27  p.  il.     [Preprint  from  Minerals 
yearbook,  1959,  v.  3.]     *  Paper,  15c.  I  28.37/a  2 :  V  81/959 

1217  Mineral  industi-y  of  West  Virginia  ;  by  James  R.  Kerr  and  Jean  Pendleton, 

[I960.]      [2] +19   p.     [Preprint  from  Minerals  yearbook,   1959,   v.   3.] 

*  Paper,  15c.  1 28.37/a  2  :  W  52  v/959 

1218  Mineral  industry  of  Wyoming;  by  F.  J.  Kelly,  William  H.  Kerns,  and  D.  H. 

Mullen.     [I960.]     [2] +22   p.   il.     [Preprint  from   Minerals   yearbook, 
1959,  V.  3.]     *  Paper,  15c.  1 28.37/a  2  :  W  99/959 

Mineral    market    report    MMS    (series).     (Mineral    industry    surveys.) 
[Processed.]     f  Mines  Bureau,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.  1 28.28:(nos.) 

1219  3137.  Dlatomlte   in   1960,   preliminary,    [prepared   by   L.   M.   Otis  and   Annie  L. 

Mattlla].     Dec.  1,  1960.     1  p.  4» 

1220  3138.  Crude  perlite  In   1960,   preliminary;    [prepared  by  L.  M.   Otis  and  Annie 

L.  Mattlla].     Nov.  .SO,  I960.     1  p.  4» 

1221  3139.  Pumice    In    1960,    preliminary ;    [prepared   by    L.    M.    Otis   and    Annie   L. 

Mattila].     Dec.  1,  1960.      1  p.  4» 

1222  3140.  Magnesium   In   1960,   preliminary    (including  quarterly  magnesium   report, 

Oct.-Dec.)  ;    [prepared   by   H.  B.  Comstoekl.      [Dec.   1,   I960.]      3  p.   4° 

1223  3143.  Magnesium    compounds   in    1960,    preliminary  ;    [prepared   by    H.   B.    Com- 

stock,  and  Jeannette  I.  Baker.]      [Dec.  2,  I960.]      4  p.  40 

1224  3144.  Boron   minerals   In   1960,   preliminary  ;    [prepared  by   Henry  B.   Stipp  and 

Annie  L.  Mattlla].     Dec.  2,  1960.     1  p.  4" 

1225  3145.  Bromine  In  1960,  preliminary;  [prepared  by  Henry  B.  Stipp  and  Annie  L. 

Mattlla].     Dec.  2,  1960.     1  p.  4» 

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3147.  Barlte  In  1960,  preliminary  ;  [prepared  by  Albert  E.  Schreck  and  Annie  L, 

Mattlla].     Dec.  2,  19fiO.     l  p.  f<> 
3152.  Asbestos  Industry  In  1960,  preliminary  ;   [prepared  by  D.  O.  Kennedy  and 

Annie  L.  Mattlla].      [Dec.  6,  I960.]      1  p.  4<> 

3156.  Calcium  chloride  and  calcium-magnesium  chloride  in  1960,  preliminary  ; 
[prepared  by  C.  Meade  Patterson  and  Annie  L.  Mattlla].  Dec.  6,  1960. 
1  p.  4° 

3157.  Lime  In  1960,  preliminary;  [prepared  by  C.  Meade  Patterson  and  Annie  L. 
Mattila].      [Dec.  6,  I960].     1  p.  4° 

of  investigations.  I  28.28 :  ( nos. ) 

Solvent  extraction  of  coals  by  abietlc  acid  at  atmospheric  pressure  ;  by 
E.  C.  Tarpley  and  H.  C.  Howard.  [1960.]  [3] +8  p.  11.  4"  [Proc- 
essed.]     t  Mines  Bureau,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

Cebolla  Creek  titaniferous  iron  deposits,  Gunnison  County,  Colo.  ;  by 
Charles  K.  Rose  and  Spencer  S.  Shannon,  jr.  [I960.]  [214-11  +  30  p. 
11.  4°      [Processed.]      t  Mines  Bureau,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

Flammability  limits  of  methyl  ethyl  ketone  and  methyl  Isobutyl  ketone  In 
bromochloVomethane-air  mixtures ;  by  M.  G.  Zabetakis,  P.  M.  Gussey, 
and  G.  S.  Scott.  [I960.]  [3]-fl2  p.  11.  4°  [Processed.]  t  Mines 
Bureau,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 
5681.  Combustion  of  North  Dakota  lignite  in  domestic  heaters  [with  list  of 
literature  cited;  by  W.  H.  Oppelt  [and  others].  [I960.]  [2]-fUi  +  52 
p.  11.  4"      [Processed.]      t  Mines  Bureau,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

Electrorefining  chromium;  by  F.  R.  Cattoir  and  D.  H.  Baker,  jr.  [I960.] 
[3] -1-15  p.  11.  4°      [Processed.]      t  Mines  Bureau,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

Reducing  incendivlty  of  permissible  explosives  by  sodium  chloride  [with 
list  of  references]  ;  by  N.  E.  Hanna,  G.  H.  Damon,  and  R.  W.  Van  Dolah. 
[I960.]  [2] -f- 11  +  19  p.  11.  4»  [Processed.]  f  Mines  Bureau,  Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

Method  for  evaluating  viscosity  data  from  lime  soda  sinter  slurries  ;  by 
R.  V.  Lundquist  and  E.  L.  Singleton.  [I960.]  [3]  +14  p.  11.  4°  [Proc- 
essed.]     t  Mines  Bureau,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

Zirconium-dysprosium  equilibrium  diagram  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  J. 
CroenI,  C.  E.  Armantrout,  and  H.  Kato.  [I960.]  [3] +12  p.  11.  4" 
[Processed.]      t  Mines  Bureau,  Pittsburgh,  Pa. 

1238  Review  of  mineral-fuel  industries ;  by  Victor  Erickson  and  T.  W.  Hunter. 

[I960.]  [2]-f32  p.  il.  [Preprint  from  Minerals  yearbooli,  1959,  v.  2.] 
♦  Paper,  15c.  I  28.37/a  :  M  662/11/959 

1239  Technologic  trends  in  mineral  industries   (metals  and  nonmetals  except 

fuels)  ;  by  Donald  R.  Irving  and  Arthur  Berger.  [I960.]  [2] +13  p. 
[Preprint  from  Minerals  yearbook,  1959,  v.  1.]     *  Paper,  10c. 

I  28.37/a  :  T  226/959 

MISSISSIPPI  RIVER  COMMISSION  (Army),  Defense  Dept. 

1240  New  series  of  topographic  maps,  scale  1 :  250,000,  alluvial  valley  lower 

Mississippi  River  and  adjacent  areas,  Cape  Girardeau,  Mo.  to  Gulf  of 
Mexico,  La.,  price  of  sheets  50  cents  each  [announcement].  Apr.  1960, 
revisions  July,  Sept.,  Oct.  1960.  [I960.]  8+[l]  p.  4°  [Processed.] 
t  Mississippi  River  Commission,  P.O.  Box  80,  Vicksburg,  Miss. 

D  103.302 :  M  69  i/960/ann.-4 

MISSOURI  BASIN  INTER-AGENCY  COMMITTEE 

1241  Index  to  minutes,  lOSth  meeting  thru  113th  meeting,  Aug.  1959-June  1960, 

supp.  4     July  1960.     [1] +12  leaves,  4"     [Processed.]     t 

L.C.  card  57^3283  Y  3.M  69  :  2M  66/supp.4 

1242  [Insert  to  Minutes  of  113th  meeting  of  Missouri  Basin  Inter- Agency  Com- 

mittee].    [I960.]     p.  5-6,4"     [Processed.]     t 

Y  3.M  69  :  2  M  66/96(>-3/insert 

1243  Minutes  of  114th  meeting  of  Missouri  Basin  Inter-Agency  Committee,  meet- 

ing held  jointly  with  Columbia  Basin  Inter-Agency  Committee,  Pacific 
Southwest  Inter-Agency  Committee,  Arkansas,  White,  Red  Basins  Inter- 
Agency  Committee,  Northeastern  Resources  Committee,  Aug.  19,  1960, 
University  of  Colorado,  Boulder,  Colo. ;  [prepared  by  H.  E.  Ahlstedt, 
and  R.  J.  Cunningham.  [I960.]  [56]  p.  4°  [Contains  some  processed 
material.]  t 
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1960.     [4]    leaves,    4°     (Office    of    Public    Information.)      [Processed. 
Charts  issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     t 
L.C.  card  60-64616  NAS  1.16 :  960/12 

[International  satellite  and  space  probe  summary,  chart].     [I960.]     1  p.  4° 
(Office    of    Public    Information.)     [Processed.     Issued    in    loose-leaf 
form.]     t 
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[International  satellite  and  space  probe  summary,  charts].     [I960.]     [29] 
leaves,  4°     ( Office  of  Public  Information. )     [Processed.     Issued  in  loose- 
leaf  form.]     t 
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Medical  and  biological  aspects  of  energies  of  space,  address  by  Don  R. 
Ostrander,  USAF,  director,  launch  vehicle  programs,  National  Aeronau- 
tics and  Space  Administi-ation  at  symposium  sponsored  by  USAF  Aero- 
space Medical  Center  and  Southwest  Research  Institute,  San  Antonio, 
Tex.,  Oct.  25,  1960.     [I960.]     16  leaves,  4"     [Processed.]     t 

NAS  1.11 :  Os  7/3 

NACA  research  memorandum  RM  (series).  (National  Advisory  Com- 
mittee for  Aeronautics.)     [Processed.     No  longer  confidential.]     t 

Y  3.N  21/5  :  15/  ( letter-nos. ) 

A54A29.  Experimental  investigation  of  flutter  of  several  wings  of  varying  as- 
pect ratio,  density,  and  tliickness  ratio  at  Maeli  nos.  O.GO  to  1.10 
[with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Raymond  Herrera  and  Robert  H. 
Barnes.  Washington,  Apr.  7,  1954.  cover  title,  39-|-[2]  leaves, 
il.  4»      [Classification  changed  Oct.  28.  I960.] 

A54D19.  Pressure  distributions  on  triangular  and  rectangular  wings  to  high 
angles  of  attack,  Mach  numbers  1.45  and  1.97  [with  list  of  refer- 
ences] ;  by  George  E.  Kaattari.  Washington,  June  25,  1954.  cover 
title,  27  p.+  [2]  leaves,  11.  4°  [Classification  changed  Oct.  28, 
I960.] 

A57A25.  Lateral-directional  aerodynamic  characteristics  of  several  coplanar 
triple-body  missile  configurations  at  Mach  numbers  from  0.6  to  1.4 
[with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Stuart  L.  Treon  and  Earl  D.  Knechtel. 
Washington,  Apr.  10,  1957.  cover  title,  26  p.-t-[3]  leaves,  11.  4<> 
[Classification  changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

A58A09.  Large-scale  wind-tunnel  tests  of  airiilane  model  with  45°  swept-back 
wing  of  aspect  ratio  2.8  employing  high-velocity  blowing  over  lead- 
ing- and  tralling-edge  flaps  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  David  H. 
Hickey  and  Kiyoshl  Aoyagi.  Washington,  May  26,  1958.  cover 
title,  65  P.-M3]  leaves,  il.  4»  [Classification  changed  Oct.  28, 
I960.] 

A58D17a.  Viscous  flows  in  Inlets  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Richard  Scherrer, 
John  H.  Lundell,  and  Lewis  A.  Anderson.  Washington,  June  30, 
1958.  cover  title,  16  p.+  [3]  leaves,  il.  4°  [Classification  changed 
Oct.  28,  I960.] 

A5SD21.  Flight  investigation  of  full-scale  aircraft  ejector  with  various  spacing 
ratios  and  correlation  with  small-scale  tests  [with  list  of  refer- 
ences] •  by  C.  Dewey  Havill  and  Rodney  C.  Wingrove.  Washington, 
Aug.  26,  1958.  cover  title,  48  p.-l-[3]  leaves,  11.  4<>  [Classification 
changed  Oct.  28.  I960.] 

E50J04.  Preliminary  experimental  and  analytical  evaluation  of  diborane  as 
ram-jet  fuel  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Benson  E.  Gammon, 
Russell  S.  Genco,  and  Melvin  Gerstein.  Washington,  Dec.  22,  1950. 
cover  title,  39+ [4]  p.  11.  4°     [Classification  changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

E53D22.  Altitude  performance  investigation  of  high-temperature  afterburner 
[with  list  of  references]  ;  by  S.  C.  Huntley,  Carmou  M.  Auble,  and 
James  W.  Useller.  Washington,  June  26,  1953.  cover  title,  28 
+  [4]  p.  il.  4°    [Classification  changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

B54C08.  Evaluation  at  supersonic  speeds  of  twin-duct  side-intake  system  with 
2-dimensioual  double-shock  inlets  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by 
Leonard  J.  Obery,  Leonard  E.  Stitt,  and  George  A.  Wise.  Washing- 
ton, Aug.  19,  1954.  cover  title,  30  p. +  [3]  leaves,  il.  4<»  [Classi- 
fication changed  Oct.  28,  1900.] 

E54C17.  Experimental  performance  of  liquid  fluorine-liquid  ammonia  propel- 
lant  coniiiination  in  1000-pound-thrnst  rocket  engines  [with  list  of 
references]  ;  by  Howard  W.  Douglass.  Washington,  May  13,  1954. 
cover  title,  32  p.-+-[2]  leaves,  11.  4"  [Classification  changed  Oct.  28, 
I960.] 


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1258  E54D20.       Investigation  of  several  double-ramp  side  Inlets   [with  list  of  refer- 

ences] ;  by  Leonard  E  Stltt  and  George  A.  Wise.     Washington,  Aug. 

27,  1954.  cover  title,  28  p.+  [2]  leaves,  11.  4"  [Classification 
changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

1259  B54I16.        Pentaborane    combustion    performance    In    9.75-lnch-dlameter    ram-Jet 

engine  In  connected-pipe  altitude  facility  [with  list  of  references]  : 
by  Herschel  J.  Plvel,  Leonard  K.  Tower,  and  James  B.  Glbbs. 
Washington,  Mar.  13,  1957.  cover  title,  [1] -|-47-f  [4]  p.  11.  4" 
[Classllication  changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

1260  E55C01.       Investigation   of  boattail   and  base  pressures  of  twin-jet  afterbodies 

at  Mach  number  1.91  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Relno  J.  Salmi 
and  John  L.  Klann.  Washington,  Apr.  21,  1955.  cover  title,  23 
p. +  [3]   leaves,   11.  4°      [Classification  changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

1261  E55D15.       Experimental  investigation  of  direct   control  of  diffuser  pressure  on 

16-liich  ram-jet  engine  [with  list  of  references]  :  by  William  R. 
Dunbar,  George  Vasu,  and  Herbert  G.  Hurrell.  Washington,  June 
20,  1955.  cover  title,  68  p.-|-[2]  leaves,  11.  4o  [Classification 
changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

1262  E56A17.       Performance  of  supersonic  ramp-type  side  Inlet  with  combinations  of 

fuselage  and  inlet  throat  boundary-layer  removal  [with  list  of 
references]  ;  by  Robert  C.  Campbell.  Washington,  Apr.  25,  1956. 
cover  title,   19  p. +  [2]    leaves,  11.  4°      [Classification  changed  Oct. 

28.  I960.] 

1263  E56A30.       Factors  controlling  air-inlet  flow  distortions  ;  by  William  H.  Sterbentz. 

Washington,  Apr.  6,  1956.  cover  title,  11  p.+  [3]  leaves,  11.  4° 
[Clas-siflcation  changed  Oct.  2S,  i960.] 

1264  E56C07.       Experimental  and  analytical  investigation  of  acceleration  regulating 

control  for  turbojet  engine  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Paul  M. 
Stiglic,  Herbert  Heppler,  and  David  Novik.     Washington,  June  28, 

1956.  cover  title,  48  p. +  [2]  leaves,  11.  4°  [Classification  changed 
Oct.  28,  I960.] 

1265  E56C08.       Analytical    and    experimental    Investigation    of    temperature-schedule 

acceleration  control  for  turbojet  engine  [with  list  of  references]  ; 
by  Herbert  Heppler,  Paul  M.  Stiglic  and  David  Novik.  Washington, 
June  22,  1956.  cover  title,  63  p.-f  [2]  leaves,  11.  4°  [Classification 
changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

1266  L55H22h.     Initial   experimental   investigation   of   aerodynamic  load   on  wing  of 

model  caused  by  blast-induced  gust  that  increases  angle  of  attack 
into  stall  region  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Harold  B.  Pierce  and 
Thomas  D.  Reisert.  Washington,  Dec.  19.  1955.  cover  title,  43 
p-f  [2]  leaves,  11.  4»     [Classification  changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

1267  L56C14.       Effect  of  leading-edge  droop  on  aerodynamic  and  loading  character- 

istics of  4-percent-thick  unswept-wing-fuselage  combination  at 
transonic  speeds  [with  list  of  references]  ;  bv  James  W.  Schmeer. 
Washington,  Mav  23.  1956.  cover  title,  58  p.-f  [2]  leaves,  U.  4» 
[Classification  changed  Oct.  28,  i960.] 

1268  L56D17.       Force   and   pressure-distribution   measurements   at  Mach   no.    3.12  of 

slender  bodies  having  circular,  elliptical,  and  triangular  cross  sec- 
tions and  same  longitudinal  distribution  of  cross-sectional  area 
[with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Rov  H.  Lange  and  Charles  E.  Wittliff. 
Washington,  Julv  13,  1956.  cover  title,  45+ [4]  p.  11.  4»  [Classifi- 
cation changed  Oct.  28.  I960.] 

1269  L56L19.       Longitudinal    and   lateral   stability   and   control    characteristics   of   2 

canard  airplane  configurations  at  Mach  numbers  of  1.41  and  2.01 
[with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Cornelius  Driver.     Washington,  Apr. 

10,  1957.  cover  title,  52-f  [4]  p.  il.  4°  [Classification  changed 
Oct.  28,  I960.] 

1270  L57A24.       Experimental  investigation  of  effects  of  Mach   number,  stabilizer  di- 

hedral, and  fin  torsional  stiffness  on  transonic  flutter  characteristics 
of  tee-tail  [with  list  of  references]  ;  bv  Norman  S.  Land  and  Annie 
G.  Fox.     Washington,  Oct.  23,  1957.     cover  title,  24  p.-f  [2]  leaves, 

11.  40    [Classification  changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

1271  L57A28a.     Experimental   investigation   to  determine  loads  on  horizontal   tall  of 

model  caused  by  blast-Induced  gust  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by 
Harold  B.   Pierce  and  Ravmond  J.    Spahl.     Washington,  Mar.  29, 

1957.  cover  title,  22  p.-f  [2]  leaves,  11.  4°  [Classification  changed 
Oct.  28,  I960.] 

1272  L57D09.       Investigation    of   low-speed    stability    and    control    characteristics    of 

1/7-scale  model  of  North  American  X-15  airplane  [with  list  of 
references]  ;  by  Peter  C.  Boisseau.  Washington,  June  25,  1957. 
cover  title,  33  p.-f  [3]  leaves,  11.  4"  [Classification  changed  Oct. 
28,  lOGO.] 

1273  L57D22a.     Experimental  results  on  wing  loads  due  to  blasts   [with  list  of  refer- 

ences] ;  by  Harold  B.  Pierce  and  Donald  R.  McFarland.  Washing- 
ton, May  28,  1957.  cover  title,  8  p.+  [2]  leaves,  11.  4°  [Classifica- 
tion changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

1274  L57D24a.     Span  loadings  due  to  wing  twist  at  transonic  and  supersonic  speeds 

[with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Frederick  C.  Grant  and  John  P.  Mugler, 
jr.  Washington,  July  12,  1957.  cover  title,  13  p.+  [3]  leaves,  U.  4° 
[Classification  changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 


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L57D24C.  Status  of  flutter  of  flat  and  curved  panels  [with  list  of  references]  ; 
by  Robert  W.  Leonard  and  John  M.  Hedgepeth.  Washington,  May 
28,  1957.  cover  title.  18  p.-|-[2]  leaves,  11.  4»  [Classification 
changed  Oct.  28,  19G0.] 

L57L17a.  Effects  of  canard  surface  size  on  stability  and  control  characteristics 
of  2  canard  airplane  configurations  at  Mach  nos.  1.41  and  2.01 
[with  list  of  references]  ;  by  M.  Leroy  Spearman  and  Cornelius 
Driver.  Mar.  6.  1958.  cover  title,  61  p.+  [3]  leaves,  11.  4'' 
[Classification  changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

L58A10.  Effects  of  nose  and  afterbody  modifications  on  aerodynamic  charac- 
teristics of  body  with  and  without  vertical  tall  at  Mach  number 
of  2.01  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Gerald  V.  Foster.  Washington, 
Apr.  15,  1958.  cover  title,  85  p.-f  [2]  leaves,  U.  4°  [Classification 
changed  Oct.  28,  1900.] 

L58A23.  Aerodynamic  characteristics  over  Mach  number  range  of  1.40  to  2.78 
of  rociiet-propelled  airplane  configuration  having  low  52.5°  delta 
wing  and  unswept  horizontal  tall  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Alan 
B.  Kehlet.  Washington.  Mar.  6,  1958.  cover  title,  26  p.+  [3]  leaves, 
11.  4»     [Classification  changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

L58A27.  Jet  effects  on  base  drag  of  cylindrical  afterbody  with  extended  nozzles 
[with  list  of  references]  :  by  William  J.  Nelson  and  William  R.  Scott. 
Washington,  Apr.  15,  1958.  cover  title,  41  p.+  [2]  leaves,  11.  4° 
[Classification  changed  Oct.  28,  i960.] 
Ground  simulator  studies  of  small  side-located  controller  In  power 
control  system  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Arthur  Assadourlan. 
Washington.  Apr.  23,  1958.  cover  title,  27  p.-f  [2]  leaves,  11.  4<> 
[Classification  changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

L58B26.  Low-speed  investigation  of  effects  of  frequency  and  amplitude  of 
oscillation  In  sideslip  on  lateral  stability  derivatives  of  60°  delta 
wing,  45°  sweptback  wing,  and  unswept  wing  [with  list  of  refer- 
ences] ;  by  Jacob  H.  Llchtenstein  and  James  L.  Williams.  Wash- 
ington, June  5,  1958.  cover  title,  19  p.-f  [2]  leaves,  11  4o  [Classi- 
fication changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

L58C11.  Wind-tunnel  investigation  at  Mach  number  of  2.01  of  forebody  strakes 
for  improving  directional  stability  of  supersonic  aircraft  [with  list 
of  references]  ;  by  Cornelius  Driver.  Washington,  May  26,  1958. 
cover  title,  32  p.-f  [2]  leaves,  11.  4°  [Classification  changed  Oct. 
28,1960.] 

L58C13.  Effects  of  external  store-pylon  configuration  and  position  on  aero- 
dynamic characteristics  of  45°  swept  wing-fuselage  combination 
at  Mach  number  of  1.61  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Odell  A. 
Morris.  Washington,  Mav  13,  1958.  cover  title,  52  p. +  [2]  leaves, 
11.  4"    [Classification  changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

L58C18.  Effects  of  vertical  location  of  wing  and  horizontal  tail  on  static  lateral 
and  directional  stability  of  trapezoidal-wing  airplane  model  at  Mach 
numbers  of  1.41  and  2.01  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Ross  B. 
Robin.son.  Washington,  July  9,  1958.  cover  title,  166  p.+  [2] 
leaves,  11.  4"     [Classification  changed  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

L58D09.  Pressure  loads  produced  on  flat-plate  wing  by  rocket  Jets  exhausting 
In  spanwise  direction  below  wing  and  perpendicular  to  free-stream 
flow  of  Mach  number  2.0  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Ralph  A. 
Falanga  and  Joseph  J.  Janos.  Washington,  June  5,  1958.  cover 
title,  47  p.-f  [3]  leaves,  11.  4o     [Classification  changes  Oct.  28,  I960.] 

NAS  1.14  :D-( nos.) 

D-248.  Longitudinal  aerodynamic  characteristics  of  4-propeller  deflected  slip- 
stream VTOL  model  including  effects  of  ground  proximity  [with  list 
of  references]  ;  by  Richard  E.  Kuhn  and  Kalman  J.  Grunwald.  Nov. 
1960.     cover  title,  136  p.+  [2]    leaves,  11.  4°     *  Paper,   $2.75. 

D-258.  Errata  [Propellant  vaporization  as  criterion  rocket-engine  design :  Ex- 
perimental effect  of  combustor  length,  throat  diameter,  injection  veloc- 
ity, and  pressure  on  rocket  combustor  efficiency]  ;  by  Bruce  J.  Clark, 
Apr.  1960.      [Oct.  28,  I960.]      7  p.  11.  4<>     t 

D-337.  Centrifuge  study  of  pilot  tolerance  to  acceleration  and  effects  of  accelera- 
tion on  pilot  performance  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Brent  Y.  Creer, 
Harald  A.  Smedal,  and  Rodney  C.  Wingrove.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title, 
35  p.-f  [2]  leaves,  11.  4°     *  Paper,  $1.00. 

D-338.  Effects  of  sweep  angle  on  boundary-layer  stability  characteristics  of  un- 
tapered  wing  at  low  speeds  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Frederick  W. 
Boltz,  George  C.  Kenyou,  and  Clvde  Q.  Allen.  Oct.  1960.  cover  title, 
77  p.+  [2]  leaves,  11.  4<>     <I>  Paper,  $2.00. 

D-339.  Experimental  and  theoretical  study  of  rectangular  wing  In  vortical  wake 
at  low  speed  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Willard  G.  Smith  and 
Frank  A.  Lazzeroni.  Oct.  1960.  cover  title,  33 -t-  [1]  p.  11.  4»  *  Paper, 
$1.00. 

D-340.  Numerical  calculation  of  flow  past  conical  bodies  supporting  elliptic 
conical  shock  waves  at  finite  angles  of  incidence  [with  list  of  refer- 
ences] ;  bv  Benjamin  R.  Brlggs.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title,  62-|-[l]  p. 
il.  4"     *  Paper,  $1.75. 


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1292  D-343.  Self-adaptive  missile  guidance  system  for   statistical  inputs    [with   list 

of  references]  ;  by  H.  Rodney  Peery.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title,  30 
p.-|-  [2]  leaves,  11.  4°     <t>  Paper,  75c. 

1293  D-346.  Shock-wave  patterns  on  cranked-wing  configuration  [with  one  reference]  ; 

by  Robert  I.  Sammonds.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title,  12-f  [1]  p.  il.  4° 
•l"  Paper,  50a 

1294  D-372.  Flight  study  of  conversion  maneuver  of  tilt-duct  VTOL  aircraft    [with 

list  of  references]  ;  by  Robert  J.  Tapscott  and  Henry  L.  Kelley.  Nov. 
1960.     cover  title,  12  p.+  [2]   leaves,  il.  4°     *  Paper,  50c. 

1295  D— 437.  Two-impulse  plan  for  performing  rendezvous  on   once-a-day  basis    [with 

list  of  references]  ;  by  John  D.  Bird  and  David  F.  Thomas,  jr.  Nov. 
1960.     cover  title,  36  p.+  L2]   leaves,  11.  4»     *  Paper,  $1.00. 

1296  D— 463.  Measurements  of  errors  of  service  altimeter  installations  during  landing- 

approach  and  take-off  operations  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  William 
Gracey,  Joseph  W.  Jewel,  jr.,  and  Gene  T.  Carpenter.  Nov.  1960. 
cover  title,  18  p.-f  3  leaves,  il.  4°     4>  Paper,  oOe. 

1297  D— 472.  Analytical  investigation  of  cycle  characteristics  for  advanced  turboelec- 

tric  space  power  systems  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Thomas  P. 
Moffitt  and  Frederick  W.  Klag.  Oct.  1960.  cover  title,  29  p. +  [2] 
leaves,  11.  4"     *  Paper,  75c. 

1298  D— 477.  Survey  of  materials  problems  resulting  from  low-pressure  and  radiation 

environment  in  space  [with  list  of  references]  :  by  Robert  A.  Lad. 
Nov.  1960.     cover  title,   [1]+18  p.-f  [2]   leaves,  4°     *  Paper,  50c. 

1299  D— 479.  Thermal-fatigue     crack-growth     characteristics     and    mechanical     strain 

cycling  behavior  of  A— 286,  Discaloy,  and  16-25—0  austenitic  Steele 
[with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Robert  W.  Smith  and  Gordon  T.  Smith. 
Oct.  1960.     cover  title,  67   p.-f  [2]   leaves,  il.  4'>     <t>  Paper,  $1.75. 

1300  D-4S2.  Analysis  of  nuclear-rocket   nozzle  cooling    [with   list  of  references]  ;   by 

William  H.  Robhlns,  Daniel  Bacbkin,  and  Arthur  A.  Medeiros.  Nov. 
1960.     cover  title,  24  p.-f  [2]   leaves,  11.  4»     *  Paper,  75c. 

1301  D— 190.  Origin  of  tektites  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  J.  A.  O'Keefe.     Nov.  1960. 

cover  title,  iii-f26-f  [4]  p.  11.  4°  [Originally  presented  at  1st  Inter- 
national Space  Symposium  sponsored  by  Committee  on  Space  Research 
(COSPAR),  Nice,  France,  Jan.   I960.]      *  Paper,  75c. 

1302  D-492.  Modified    Hansen's    theory    as   applied    to    motion-  of   artificial    satellites 

[with  list  of  references;  by]  Peter  Musen.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title, 
iii-f  39  p.-f  [2]  leaves.  4°     *  Paper,  $1.00. 

1303  D— 500.  Dielectric  bolometer,  new  type  of  thermal  radiation   detector   [with  list 

of  references]  ;  by  R.  A.  Hanel.  Nov.  1960.  [I960.]  cover  title 
lii-f  10  p.-f  [2]  leaves,  il.  4"     <J>  Paper,  50c. 

1304  D-503.  Reevaluation  of  ionospheric  electron  densities  and  collision   frequencies 

derived  from  rocket  measurements  of  refractive  index  and  attenuation 
[with  list  of  references ;  by]  J.  A.  Kane.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title, 
iii-f  13+ [2]  p.  11.  4<>     *  Paper,  50c. 

1305  D-504.  Thermistor  pressure  gauge   [with  list  of  references  ;   by]   A.   P.  Flanlck 

and  J.  Ainsworth.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title,  iii-f  13  p.-f  [2]  leaves, 
11.  4"     <I>  Paper,  50c. 

1306  D-530.  Radiant  heater   to  simulate  aerodynamic  heating  In  wind  tunnel    [with 

list  of  references]  ;  by  Donald  H.  Trussell  and  Deene  J.  Weidman. 
Nov.  1960.     cover  title,  21-f  [1]  p.  il.  4"     *  Paper,  75c. 

1307  D-534.  Hovering  measurements  for  twin-rotor  configurations  with  and  without 

overlap  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  George  E.  Sweet.  Nov.  1960. 
cover  title,  23 -f  [1]  p.  il.  4"     <I>  Paper,  75c. 

1308  D-536.  Applications  of  general  finite-difference  method  for  calculating  bending 

deformations  of  solid  plates  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  William  C. 
Walton,  jr.     Nov.  1960.     cover  title,  47+ [1]  p.  il.  4"     *  Paper,  $1.25. 

1309  D— 539.  Effect  of  base  bleed  and  terminal  fairings   on  performance  of  exhaust- 

nozzle-afterbody  combinations  at  Mach  numbers  of  1.93,  2.55,  and  3.05 
[with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Harry  T.  Norton,  jr.,  and  Arvid  L.  Keith, 
jr.     Nov.  1960.     cover  title,  31  p.+  [2]   leaves,  11.  4°     *  Paper,  $1.00. 

1310  D-543.  Fatigue-crack   propagation   in   aluminum-alloy   tension   panels    [with   list 

of  references]  ;  by  Richard  E.  Whaley  and  Peter  R.  Kurzhals.  Nov. 
1960.     cover  title,  25+ [1]  p.  il.  4°     ^  Paper,  75c. 

1311  D— 544.  Measured  base  pressures  on  several  twin   rocket-nozzle  configurations  at 

Mach  numbers  of  0.6  to  1.4  with  effects  due  to  nozzle  canting  and 
stabilizing  fins  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  James  M.  Cubbage  and 
Earl  H.  Andrews,  jr.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title,  19  p.+  [2]  leaves, 
il.  4°     *  Paper,  50c. 

1312  D-545.  Note  on  drag  due  to  lift  of  delta  wings  at  Mach  numbers  up  to  2.0  [with 

list  of  references]  ;  by  Robert  S.  Osborne  and  Thomas  C.  Kelly.  Nov. 
1960.  cover  title.  14  p. +  [2]  leaves,  il.  4°  [Supersedes  declassified 
NACA  research  memorandum  L53A16a,  1953.]     *  Paper,  50c. 

1313  D-547.  Fatigue  investigation   of  full-scale   transport-airplane   wings,   tests   with 

constant-amplitude  and  variable-amplitude  loading  schedules  [with 
list  of  references]  ;  by  Lee  R.  Foster,  jr.,  and  Richard  E.  Whaley.  Oct. 
1960.      cover  title.  37+ [1]  p.  il.4»     *  Paper,  $1.00. 

1314  I>-575.  Analysis   of   magnetic   triodes   for   direct-energy   conversion   having   flat- 

plate  cathodes  and  anodes  at  arbitrary  angle  [with  list  of  references]  ; 
by  James  E.  Hatch.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title,  22  p.+  [2]  leaves,  11.  4° 
*  Paper,  75c. 

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1315  D-616.  Experimental  Investigation  of  some  of  parameters  related  to  stability  and 

control  of  aerial  vehicles  supported  by  ducted  fans  ;  bv  Lysle  P.  Parlett. 
Nov.  1960.     cover  title,  34  p.+  [2]  leaves,  11.  4»     *  Paper,  .$1.00. 

1316  D-621.  Experimental  and  calculated   flow  fields  produced  by  airplanes  flying  at 

supersonic  speeds  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Harriet  J.  Smith.  Nov. 
1960.     cover  title,  24+  [1]  p.  11.  4»     *  Paper,  75c. 

1317  D-626.  Satellite   attitude  control  using  combination   of   inertia   wheels  and  bar 

magnet  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  James  J.  Adams  and  Roy  F.  Brls- 
seuden.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title,  42  p. +  [2]  leaves,  il.  4°  *  Paper, 
$1.25. 

1318  D-628.  Landing  characteristics  of  reentry  capsule  with  torus-shaped  air  bag  for 

load  alleviation  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  John  R.  McGehee  and 
Melvln  E.  Hathaway.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title,  30  p. +  [2]  leaves, 
11.  4°     *  Paper,  75c. 

1319  D— 629.  Exploratory  study  of  parawing  as  high-lift  device  for  aircraft  [with  list 

of  references]  ;  by  Rodger  L.  Naeseth.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title,  31 -|- [1] 
p.  11.  4<>     *  Paper,  $1.00. 

1320  D-647.  Fatigue  damage  under  varying  stress  amplitudes  [with  list  of  references]  : 

by  H.  W.  Liu  and  H.  T.  Corten.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title,  68  p.-f  [2] 
leaves,  11.  4°     4>  Paper,  $1.76. 

NASA  technical  translations.     [Processed.]  NAS  1.13/2:  F-(nos.) 

1321  F-43.  Vibration   absorber  for  2-bladed  helicopters    [with  list  of  references],  by 

Th.  Laufer ;  translation   [by  Robert  J.  Pegg].     Nov.  1960.     cover  title, 

14  p.  +  [2]  leaves,  il.  4"     <i>  Paper,  50c. 

1322  F-45.  First-order  perturbations  in  motion  of  earth  satellites  due  to  oblateness  of 

earth  [with  list  of  references],  by  V.  F.  Proskurin  and  Yu.  V.  Batraliov ; 
translated  [by  Joint  Publications  Research  Service].  Nov.  1960.  cover 
title,  12  p.H-  [4]  leaves,  11.  4°     *  Paper,  50c. 

1323  F-46.  Perturbations  of  orbits  of  artificial  satellites  due  to  air  resistance   [with 

list  of  references],  by  Yu.  V.  Batrakov  and  V.  F.  Proskurin  ;  translated 
[by    Joint    Publications    Research    Service].     Nov.    1960.     cover    title, 

15  p.^-  [4]  leaves,  4°     *  Paper,  50c. 

1324  F-47.  Dependence  of  secular  variations  of  orbit  elements  on  air  resistance  [with 

list  of  references],  by  P.  E.  Eryasberg;  translated  [by  Joint  Publica- 
tions Research  Service].  Nov.  1960.  cover  title,  10  p.+  [4]  leaves,  4° 
<I>  Paper,  50c. 

1325  F-48.  Observation  of   artificial   satellite  by   expectation   method    [with   one  ref- 

erence], by  V.  M.  Vakhnin  and  V.  V.  Beletskiy  ;  translated  [by  Joint 
Publications  Research  Service].  Nov.  1960.  cover  title,  10  p.-f  [4] 
leaves,  II.  4°     *  Paper,  50c. 

Technical  report  B  (series),  1959.     •  Item  830-0  NAS  1.12: (nos.) 

1326  40.  Loads   and   deformations   of   buckled    rectangular   plates    [with   list   of   ref- 

erences] ;  by  Manuel  Stein.  [I960.]  cover  title,  i  +  27  p.-f  [2]  leaves, 
II.  4»     *  Paper,  40c. 

1327  42.  Errata  [Similar  solutions  for  compressible  boundary  layer  on  yawed  cylinder 

with  transpiration  cooling]  by  Ivan  E.  Beckwith.  Nov.  4,  1960.  1  p. 
oblong  48°     [Processed.]     f 

Technical  report  R  (series),  1960.     *  Paper,  $15.00  a  yr.,  $4.00  additional 
for  foreign  mailing ;  single  copies  vary  in  price.     •  Item  830-D 

1328  73.  Study    of   simulation    of   flow   with   free-stream    Mach    number   1    in    choked 

wind  tunnel  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  John  R.  Spreiter,  Donald  W. 
Smith,  and  B.  Jeanne  Hyett.  [I960.]  cover  title,  i  +  36  p.-f  [2]  leaves, 
11.  40     »  Paper,  40c.  NAS  1.12  :  73 

1329  U.S.  space  program,  appraisal,  remarks  of  T.  Keith  Glennan,  administrator, 

National  Aeronautics  and  Space  Administration,  Conference  on  mag- 
netism &  Magnetic  Materials,  New  York,  N.Y.,  Nov.  16,  1960.  [1960.1 
7  leaves,  4°     ([60-297.])     [Processed.]     t  NAS  1.11 :  G  48/19 

NATIONAL  ARCHIVES  AND  RECORDS  SERVICE, 
General  Services  Administration 

1330  IRAC,  Interagency  Records  Administration  Conference  1959-60  season, 

7th  and  final  meeting,  May  20,  1960,  National  Archives  Theatre,  Wash- 
ington, D.C.,  Effective  presentation  of  paperwork  improvement  ideas, 
speaker,  Irving  Foote,  senior  management  analyst.  Navy  Management 
Ofiice ;  presiding,  Authur  J.  McCarrick,  Federal  Housing  Administration, 
also  brief  annual  business  meeting  election  of  steering  committee. 
[I960.]     cover  title,  11  p.  4°     [Processed.]     f  GS  4.16 :  960/7 

*For  Sale  by  Superintendent  of  Documents 
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January  1961 

Preliminary  inventories.     [Processed.]     t  GS4.10:(nos.) 

1331  126.  Preliminary  Inventory  of  records  of  Government  of  Virgin  Islands  of  United 

States   (record  group  55)  ;   compiled  by  H.  Donn  Hooker.     Washington, 
1960.     v  +  31p.  4»      ([National  Archives  publication  61-1.])      t 
L.C. card  A  60-9578 

1332  127.  Preliminary  Inventory  of  records  of  headquarters,  United  Nations  Command 

(record  group  333)  ;  compiled  bv  Paul  Taliorn  and  Andrew  Putlgnano. 
Washington,  1960.  v+7  p.  4°  ( [National  Archives  publication  61-2.] )  f 
L.C.  card  A  60-9579 

1333  129.  Preliminary  Inventory  of  general  records  of  Economic  Stabilization  Agency 

(record    group    296)  ;    compiled    by    Charles    Zald.     Washington,    1960. 
v+28  p.  4°      ( [National  Archives  publication  61-6.]  ) 
L.C.  card  A  60-9633 

1334  130,  Preliminary  Inventory  of  records  of  Bureau  of  Insular  Affairs  (record  group 

350)  ;  compiled  by  Ilichard  S.  Maxwell.     Washington,  1960.     v  +  32  p.  4" 
( [National  Archives  publication  61—7.] ) 
L.C.  card  A  60-9767 

1335  131.  Preliminary  inventory  of  records  of  Inaugural  committees,    (record  group 

274)  ;    compiled    by    Hardee    Allen.     Washington,    1960.     vl+45    p.    4° 
( [National  Archives  publication  61-8.] ) 
L.C.  card  A  60-9842. 

Speciallists.     [Processed.]     t 

1336  16.  List  of  motion   pictures  and  sound  recordings   relating  to  presidential   In- 

augurations ;  compiled  by  E.  Daniel  Potts.     Washington,  1960.     v  +  20  p. 
4°     ([National  Archives  publication  61-5.])  GS  4.7  :  16 

L.C.  card  A  6(V-9613 

NATIONAL  BUREAU  OF  STANDARDS,  Commerce  Dept. 

IVIiscellaneous  publication. 

1337  235.  Report  of  45th  National  Conference  on  Weights  and  Measures  1960,  spon- 

sored by  National  Bureau  of  Standards,  attended  by  officials  from  various 
States,  counties,   and   cities,  and  representatives  from    U.S.   Government, 
industry,  and  consumer  organizations,  Washington,  D.C.,  June  6-10,  1960. 
Dec.  16,  1960.     vl-f  159  p.  11.,  1  pi.     ♦  Paper,  75c.      O  Item  247 
L.C.  card  26-27766  C  13.10  :  235 

Monograph.     •  Item  247-A 

1338  23.  Amplitude-probability  distributions  for  atmospheric  radio  noise    [with  list 

of  references;  by]  W.  Q.  Crlchlow    [and  others].     Nov.  4,   1960.     Il-f22 
p.  11.  40     *  Paper,  20c.  C  13.44  :  23 

Technical  note.     [Processed.] 

1339  74.  Scattering  of  cobalt-60  gamma  radiation  In  air  ducts  [with  list  of  references ; 

by]    Charles  Elsenhauer.     Oct.   1960.     [l]+12-f[ll]    p.  11.   4°     *  Paper, 
75c.  (PB  161575).  C  13.46  :  74 

NATIONAL  GUARD  BUREAU,  Defense  Dept. 

NGB  pamphlet.     •  Item  358 

1340  44r-4.  Announcement    of    winners,    chief    of   National    Guard   Bureau's    trophies 

(Indoor  rifle  matches,  postal),  June  1,  1959-May  30,  1960.  Sept.  1,  1960. 
cover  title,  [l]-f48  p.  11.  4"  (Army  and  Air  Force  Departments.) 
[Issued  with  perforations.  Supersedes  NGB  Pamphlet  44-4,  Sept.  1, 
1959.]      t  D  12.8:  44-4 

NATIONAL  INSTITUTES  OF  HEALTH,  Health,  Education,  and 
Welfare  Dept. 

1341  Patients  in  mental  institutions,  1958 ;  pt.  4,  Private  institutions  for  mental 

defectives   and  epileptics;  prepared  by  National  Institute  of  Mental 
Health,  Biometrics  Branch,  Hospital  Studies   Section.     [I960.]     27  p. 
4°     ([Public  Health  Service  publication  781,  pt.  4.])     f     •  Item  494 
L.C.  card  42-37617  FS  2.59 :  958/pt.4 

NATIONAL  MUSEUM,  Smithsonian  Institution 

Bulletins.     •  Item  919  SI  3.3 :  (nos.) 

1342  219.  National  watercraft  collection  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  Howard  I.  Chapelle. 

[I960.]      xi  +  327p.  11.  4°     •  Cloth,  $3.50. 
L.C.  card  60Z-64768 

1343  225.  Italian  harpischord-buildlng  In  16th  and  17th  centuries;  by  John  D.  Short- 

ridge.  1960.  cover  title,  p.  93-108,  U.  4°  (Contributions  from  Museum 
of  History  and  Technology,  paper  15.)     •  Paper,  20c. 

*For  Sale  by  Superintendent  of  Documents 
*For  Sale  by  OTS,  Commerce  Dept. 
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Proceedings  of  National  Museum,     t     •  Item  922  SI  3.6: 112/(nos.) 

1344;  3438.  Studies  In  neotropical  Mallophaga,  17:  New  Family  (Trochlllphagldae)  and 
new  genus  of  lice  of  hummingbirds ;  by  M.  A.  Carriker,  jr.  1960.  v. 
112,  cover  title,  p.  307-342,  11. 

1345  3439.  Pelagic  amphipod  genus  Parathemlsto   (Hyperlldea:  Hyperildae)  In  north 

Pacific  and  adjacent  Arctic  Ocean    [with  list  of  literature  cited]  ;   by 
Thomas  E.  Bowman.     1960.     v.  112,  cover  title,  p.  343-392,  il. 

1346  3443.  Cultural  sequences  in  Hokkaido,  Japan  [with  list  of  literature  cited]  ;  by 

Howard  A.  MacCord.     1960.     v.  112,  cover  title,  p.  481-503,  U.  14  pi. 

NATIONAL  PARK  SERVICE,  Interior  Dept. 

1347  Adams  National  Historic  Site,  Mass.     [Revised  I960.]     [I960.]     [8]    p. 

il.  4°     *  Paper,  5c.     •  Item  650  I  29.21 :  Ad  1/960 

1348  Bandelier  National  Monument,  N.  Mex     [I960.]     2  p.  oblong  8"  folded  into 

narrow  8"  size.     *  Paper,  5c.     •  Item  650  I  29.21 :  B  22/3/960 

1349  Big  Bend  National  Park,  Tex.     [Revised  I960.]     [I960.]     24  p.  il.  narrow 

8°     *  Paper,  15c.     •  Item  651  I  29.6 :  B  48/2/960 

1350  Camp  nature  program,  suggestions  for  guidance  of  summer  camp  nature 

counselors.  [Apr.  1957,  revised  May  I960.]  [I960.]  5  p.  4"  ( [National 
Capital  Parks.])      [Processed.]     f  1 29.2 :  N  21/16/960 

1351  Cowpens  National  Battlefield  Site,  S.C.    [June  I960.]     [6]  p.  il.  4"    *  Paper, 

5c.     •  Item  650  I  29.21 :  C  83/960 

1352  Fort  Raleigh  National  Historic  Site,  N.C.     [I960.]     [10*  p.  il.  narrow  8° 

•  Paper,  10c.    •  Item  650  I  29.21 :  F  77r/960 

1353  Jefferson  National  Expansion  Memorial,  St.  Louis,  Mo.    [I960.]     [15]  p.  il. 

narrow  8°     *  Paper,   10c.      •  Item  650  1 29.21 :  J  35/960 

1354  United   States  Marine  Corps  War  Memorial.     [Revised  I960.]      [I960.] 

4  p.  il.    t  I  29.21 :  M  33/960 

1355  Whitman  National  Monument,  Wash.     [Revised  I960.]      [I960.]     [8]  p. 

il.  4"    *  Paper,  5c.     •  Item  650  I  29.21 :  W  59/960 

NATIONAL  RAILROAD  ADJUSTMENT  BOARD 

1356  Awards  9261-9380,  3d  division,  v.  89.    Champlin-Shealy  Company,  Chicago, 

111.     [I960.]     [l]+880p.    t  National  Railroad  Adjustment  Board,  Chi- 
cago, 111.  (price  upon  application) . 
L.C.  card  36-26212  RA1.9:89 

1357  First   division,    v.    143,   awards   19391-490.     Champlin-Shealy   Company, 

Chicago,   111.     [I960.]     [1]+1055  p.     t  National  Railroad  Adjustment 

Board,  Chicago,  111.  (price  upon  application) . 

L.C.    card    36-26211  RA  1.7: 143 

NATIONAL  SCIENCE  FOUNDATION 

1358  Science  doctorates  of  1958  and  1959,  their  numbers,  characteristics,  and 

employment;    [prepared  by  Lindsey  R.  Harmon  and  Herbert  Soldz]. 
[I960.]     cover  title,  v+28  p.  il.  4°     (NSF  60-60.)      [Prepared  for  Na- 
tional Science  Foundation  by  National  Academy  of  Sciences,  National 
Research  Council.]    *  Paper,  25c.    •  Item  834-C 
L.C.  card  61-60110  NS1.2:D65 

1359  Scientific  and  technical  ijersonnel  in  American  industry,  report  on  1959 

survey ;  prepared  by  Department  of  Labor,  Bureau  of  Labor  Statistics. 
[I960.]  vi+66  p.  il.  4°  ([NSF  60-62.])  *  Paper,  45c.  •  Item  834-C 
L.C.  card  L  61-2  NS  1.2 :  Sci  2/9 

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Januakt  1961 

Scientific  information  activities  of  Federal  agencies.     •  Item  834-J 

NS1.16:  (nos.) 

1360  6.  National  Science  Foundation.     Oct.  1960.     12  p.  4»     (NSF  60-56.)     •Paper, 

10c. 

1361  7.  U.S.  Department  of  Commerce,  pt.  2.     Oct.  1960.     31  p.  4°     (NSF  60-58.) 

*  Paper,  20c. 

1362  8.  U.S.  Department  of  Commerce,  pt.  3,  National  Bureau  of  Standards.     Oct. 

1960.    12  p.  4°    (NSF  60-59.)    •  Paper,  10c. 

NAVAL  ACADEMY,  Annapolis,  Defense  Dept. 

1363  Annual  register  of  United  States  Naval  Academy,  Annapolis,  Md.,  June 

9,  1960,  lieth  academic  year  [1960-61].     1960.     viii+lTT  p.     ([NAV- 

PERS  15,019.] )    *  Paper,  50c.    •  Item  389 

L.O.  card  7-52067  D  208.107 :  960 

NAVAL  OBSERVATORY,  Defense  Dept. 

1364  Air  almanac,  1961,  May-Aug.     [I960.]     p.  241-4S8+A60  p.  il.  4"     [Text 

on  p.  2-4  of  cover.]  [Last  4  pages  consist  of  Navigational  star  chart 
mounted  on  cloth,  oblong  8°  folded  into  4°  size  with  Stars  May-Aug. 
1961,  Interpolation  of  GHA,  and  Polaris  (pole  star)  table  1961,  on  verso. 
Produced  jointly  by  H.  M.  Nautical  Almanac  Office,  Royal  Greenwich 
Observatory,  and  by  Nautical  Almanac  Office,  Naval  Observatory. 
Printed  separately  in  England  and  in  United  States.]  *  Stiff  board, 
$2.00.  •  Item  393 
L.C.  card  52-61239  D  213.7  :  961/2 

NAVAL  OPERATIONS  OFFICE,  Defense  Dept. 

1365  ASW,  anti-submarine  warfare.     [I960.]     cover  title,  38  p.  il.  4°     [Pages  1 

and  38  on  p.  2  and  3  of  cover.]     t 

L.C.  card  59-61216  D  207.2  :  An  8 

NAVAL  PERSONNEL  BUREAU,  Defense  Dept. 

1366  Navy   Nurse  Corps.     [I960.]     [16]    p.   il.   oblong  8°     ( [NRAF   29504.]) 

[Some  of  the  illustrations  are  colored.]     t     •  Item  403 

D  208.2 :  N  93/960 

1367  Register  of  retired  commissioned  and  warrant  officers,  regular  and  re- 

serve, of  Navy  and  Marine  Corps,  July  1,  1960.     [I960.]     xi-f  [381]  p.  4° 

(NAVPERS  15,939.)     *  Paper,  $2.25.     •  Item  405 

L.C.  card  61-60193  D  208.12/3  :  960 

1368  Storekeeper  3  &   2    [with  reading  list.]     1960.    vii-f  [l]-f 340   p.   il.   4° 

(Navy   training   courses,   NAVPERS    10269-D.)      [Prepared  by   Navy 
Training  Publications  Center  for  Bureau  of  Naval  Personnel,  with  tech- 
nical assistance  from  Bureau  of  Supplies  and  Accounts.]     *  Paper,  $2.25. 
•  Item  404 
L.C.  card  61-60120  D  208.11 :  St  7/960 

NAVAL  RESEARCH  OFFICE,  Defense  Dept. 

1369  Lecture  series,  problems  of  satellites  and  space  operations,  sponsored  by 

Office  of  Naval  Research,  Apr.-July  1958.  [I960.]     [1]  -fvi+105  p.  il.  4" 

(ONR-^;     Development     Coordinator.)  [Processed.]     *  Paper,     $2.50 
(PB  151410). 

L.C.  card  59-61616  D  210.2 :  Sa  8 

Naval  Training  Device  Center,  Port  Washington,  N.Y.,  technical  report 
NAVTRADEVCEN  (series).     [Processed.] 

1370  7890-TR-l.  Analysis  and  design  of  digitally-controlled  Instrument  servos  [with 

bibliography]  ;  prepared  by  Ralph  Scheidenhelm.  June  1959. 
[l]-fvi-f81  p.  U.  40  (Contract  N61339-301.)  *  Paper,  $2.25 
(PB  161020).  D  210.14  :  7890-TR-l 

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NRL  reports.     (Naval  Research  Laboratory.)     [Processed.] 

D  210.8  :(nos.) 

1371  5225.  Heat-transfer  studies  on  forced  convection  loop  with  monoisopropylblphenyl 

[with  list  of  references;  by]  J.  P.  Stone  [and  others].  Nov.  21,  1958. 
cover  title,  li  +  lG+[2]  p.  11.  4"     *  Paper,  50c.  (PB  151159). 

1372  6380.  Effect  of  temperature  on  luminance  of  phosphorescent  and  fluorescent  ma- 

terial used  for  aids  to  military  activity  in  dark;  [by]  L.  J.  Boardman. 
Oct.  26,  1959.  cover  title,  l  +  9-f[2]  p.  il.  4°  *  Paper,  50c.  (PB 
161005). 

1373  5413.  Crt   [cathode  ray  tube]  target  detectability  with  transparent  and  opaque 

phosphors  [with  list  of  references;  by]  C.  W.  Iseley  and  J.  M.  Carl. 
Oct.  23,  1959.  cover  title,  i  +  7+[2]  p.  11.  4°  *  Microfilm,  $2.40; 
photocopy,  $3.80  (PB  143302). 

1374  5450.  Eftect  of  radiation  upon  ceramic-bonded  strain  gages  ;   [by]   N.  J.  Rendler 

and  R.  C.  Smith.  Apr.  20,  1960.  cover  title,  ii-l-17-t- [1]  p.  11.  4» 
*  Paper,  50c.  (PB  161307). 

1375  5453.  Infrared  transmission  of  atmosphere   [with  list  of  references;  by]   H.  W. 

Yates  and  J.  H.  Taylor.  June  8,  1960.  cover  title,  ii  +  46+[2]  p.  11.  4° 
<}>  Microfilm.  $3.30  ;  photocopy,  $7.80. 

1376  5457.  Stabilization  of  silicone  lubricating  liquids  above  200°  C  :  pt.  1,  Conven- 

tional oxidation  inhibitors  and  some  high-surface  solids  [with  list  of 
references ;  by]  H.  R.  Baker,  F.  F.  Sullivan,  and  C.  R.  Singleterry. 
June  2,  1960.  cover  title,  liH-30-f  [2]  p.  il.  4"  *  Paper,  $1.00  (PB 
101314). 

1377  5462.  Standard   source  of   radiation  for  radiac  detectors :   pt.   2,  Extension  of 

range  of  exposure-dose  rates  and  new  Cs-137  source  [with  list  of  refer- 
ences ;  bv]  A.  E.  Nash  and  W.  E.  Kunz.  Apr.  22,  1960.  cover  title, 
li-f-12-f  [2]  p.  11.  4«     *  Microfilm,  $2.40  ;  photocopy,  $3.30  (PB  145058). 

1378  5465.  Present  status  of  chemical   research  in  atmosphere  purification  and  con- 

trol on  nuclear-powered  submarines  [with  list  of  references,  articles]  ; 
edited  by  R.  R.  Miller  and  V.  R.  Piatt.  Apr.  21,  1960.  cover  title, 
iv  +167  p.  11.  40     *  Paper,  $3.00  (PB  161518). 

1379  5467.  Theoretical   analysis  of   monostatic  reflection   in  far  field  of  rigid   finite 

objects  [with  list  of  references ;  by]  W.  G.  Neubauer.  July  12,  1960. 
cover  title,  ii-f22-f  [2]  p.  il.  4»  <t>  Microfilm  $2.70;  photocopy  $4.80 
(PB  145244). 

1380  5468.  Comparison  of  microwave  and  Langmuir  probe  techniques  for  Investiga- 

tion of  electrical  discharges  [with  list  of  references;  by]  R  C.  Jones. 
C.  M.  Howe,  and  J.  L.  Ahearn.  Apr.  21,  1960.  cover  title,  iv+17-f-[l] 
p.  il.  40     <!•  Microfilm,  $2.40  ;  photocopy,  $3.00  (PB  145350). 

1381  5471.  Wetting  properties  of  tetrafluoroethylene  and  hexafluoropropylene  copoly- 

mers [with  list  of  references ;  by]  Marianne  K.  Bernett  and  W.  A. 
Zisman.  May  24.  1900.  cover  title,  [l]-f6+[2]  p.  il.  4°  *  Microfilm 
$1.80  ;  photocopy,  $1.80  (PB  145397). 

1382  5472.  Improved  dc  current-interrupter  unit   [with  list  of  references ;  by]   C.  H. 

Presbrey,  jr.,  and  S.  Sehuldiner.  July  14,  1960.  cover  title,  114- 19 -f  [2] 
p.  il.  4°     *  Paper,  7oc.  (PB  161437). 

1383  5474.  Stabilization   of   silicone   lubricating  liquids  above   200°    C. :    pt.   2,    Iron, 

copper,  cerium,  and  other  metal  compounds  [with  list  of  references  ;  by] 
H.  R.  Baker  and  C.  R.  Singleterry.  Aug.  12,  1960.  cover  title,  li-t-25  + 
[2]  p.  il.  4''     *  Paper,  75c.  (PB  161449). 

1384  5475.  Source   and    detector    corrections   for    angular   correlation    measurements 

[with  list  of  references:  by]  F.  C.  Young.  June  20.  1960.  cover  title, 
1  +  8+ [2]  p.  U.  40     *  Microfilm,  $1.80;  photocopy,  $1.80    (PB  145718). 

1385  5479.  Effect  of  neutron   irradiation   on   Chaipy   V   and   drop-weight  test  transi- 

tion temperatures  of  various  steels  and  weld  metals  [with  list  of  refer- 
ences ;  by]  J.  R.  Hawthorne  and  L.  E.  Steele.  May  27,  1960.  cover  title, 
ii  +  25+  [2]  p.  il.  4°     *  Paper,  75c.  (PB  161448). 

1386  5480.  Table  of  probability  distributions  useful  in  war  games  and  other  competi- 

tive situations;  [by]  H.  L.  Toothman.  May  16,  1960.  cover  title, 
1  +  91+ [2]  p.  4<>     *  Microfilm,  $5.40;  photocopy,  $5.50   (PB  145721). 

1387  5481.  Low  temperature   dependence   of   electrical    resistivity   and   thermoelectric 

power  of  palladium  and  palladium  nickel  alloys  containing  absorbed 
hydrogen  [with  list  of  references;  by]  A.  I.  Schindler,  R  J.  Smith  and 
E.  W.  Kammer.  June  3,  1960.  cover  title,  i  +  6+  [2]  p.  II.  4°  *  Micro- 
film, $1.80  ;  photocopy,  $1.80  (PB  146217). 

1388  5485.  Measurements  of  positions,  fluxes,  and  sizes  of  celestial  radio  sources  at 

10.2  cm  [with  list  of  references  ;  by]  R.  M.  Sloanaker  and  J.  H.  Nichols. 
July  13,  1960.  cover  title,  11+21+ [1]  p.  U.  4»  *  Microfilm,  $2.70; 
photocopy,  $4.80  (PB  146037). 

1389  5486.  Fracture  testing  of  high-strength  sheet  materials  under  conditions  appro- 

priate for  stress  analysis  [with  list  of  references ;  by]  G.  R.  Irwin. 
July  27,  1960.  cover  title,  111  +  44+ [2]  p.  il.  4°  *  Paper,  $1.25  (PB 
161474). 

1390  5488.  Instrumentation    for  classification   of   space    signals    [with   bibliography; 

by]  F.  T.  Powles.  July  21,  1960.  cover  title,  11+ 16+ [2]  p.  if.  4«> 
4>  Paper,  50c.  (PB  161515). 

1391  5490.  Force-area   study   of   catalase  films    [with   list  of   references;   by]    J.   D. 

Bultman  and  J.  M.  Leonard.  July  27,  1960.  cover  title,  1  +  6+ [2] 
p.  II.  40     *  Microfilm,  $1.80  ;  photocopy,  $1.80  (PB  146162). 

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January  1961 

1392  S492.  Stndles   on  fuel-lgnltlon-suppresslon   capability   of   foam-covered   rnnways 

for  aircraft  [with  list  of  references;  by]  H.  B.  Peterson,  E.  J.  Jablonskl, 
and    R.    L.   Tuve.     Jiilv    22,    1960.     cover    title,    111  +  64+ [2]    p.    11.    4<» 

*  Paper,  $1.75  (PB  161783). 

1393  5494.  Regulated  linear  transformer-rectifier  power  supplies;    [by]   D.  S.  Toffolo. 

Julv  27,  1960.  cover  title.  11  +  16+ [2]  p.  11.  4°  *  Microfilm,  $2.40; 
photocopy.  $3.30  (PB  146392). 

1394  5495.  Electrophoretlc  studies  on  bacteria  :  pt.  1,  Design  and  performance  of  Im- 

proved apparatus  for  electrophoresis  by  microscope  method  [with  list 
of  references;  bv]  bv  R.  A.  Neihof.  Aug.  15,  1960.  cover  title.  1  +  10+ 
[2]  p.  11.  4<>     *  Microfilm,  $2.40;  photocopy,  $3.30   (PB  146393). 

1395  5497.  Parasitic  spiral  arravs  [with  list  of  references;  by]  R.  M.  Brown,  ,ir..  and 

R.  C.  Dodson.     Aug.  15.  1900.     cover  title,  11+37+  [2]  p.  11.  4°    *  Micro- 
film, $2.40;  photocopy,  $3.30  (P.B.  146.395). 
1390  5499.   Spiral-grating  array    [with   list  of  references ;   by]    .T.   R.   Donnellan   and 

R.  T.  Close.  Aug.  23,  1960.  cover  title,  11  +  16+ [2]  p.  il.  4"  *  Micro- 
film, $2.40;  photocopy,  $3.30  (P.B.  146395). 

1397  5502.  Tables  of  Einstein  energy,  specific  heat,  and  derivative  specific  heat  func- 

tions [with  list  of  references  :  bv]  W.  C.  Overton,  jr..  and  J.  H.  Han- 
cock. Julv  6,  1960.  cover  title,  11  +  19+ [2]  p.  4"  *  Microfilm,  $2.70; 
photocopy,  $4.80  (PB  146403). 

1398  5503.  Properties  of  paints  as  affected  by  ultraviolet  radiation  in  vacuum,  pt.  1 

[with  list  of  references  ;  by]  F.  M.  Noonan,  A.  L.  Alexander,  and  J.  E. 
Cowling.  Julv  13,  1960.  cover  title.  11  +  39+ [2]  p.  11.  i"  *  Micro- 
film, $3.30  ;  photocopy,  $7.80  (P.B.  146488). 

1399  5504.  Luminance  required  of  opaque  and  transparent  cathode-ray-tube  phosphors 

[with  list  of  references  :  bv]  R.  H.  Brown.  Aug.  19,  1960.  cover  title, 
1  +  8+ [2]   p.  11.  4»     *  Microfilm,  $1.80;  photocopy,  $1.80   (PB  146610). 

1400  5505.  Marine  borer  control:   pt.   10,  Evaluation  of  creosote-resin   solutions  and 

creosote  distillation  fractions  [with  list  of  references  ;  bv]  T.  R.  Price 
and    T.    R.     Sweeney.     July    27,    1960.     cover    title,    1  +  8+ [2]     p.    40 

*  Paper,  50c.  (PB  161695). 

1401  5507.  Crack  propagation  tests  of  high-strength  sheet  materials  :  pt.  5,  Air-melted 

and  consutrode  AMS  6434  steel  [with  list  of  references;  by]  C.  D. 
Beachem  and  J.  E.  Srawlev.  Aug.  IS,  1960.  cover  title,  11  +  19+ [2] 
p.  11.  4»     *  Paper,  75c.  (PB  161697). 

1402  5518.  Photodegradatlon  of  high  polymers:  pt.  1,  Homogeneous  Ionic  polymeriza- 

tion of  a-methylstvrene  [with  list  of  references  ;  by]  R.  B.  Pox  and  L. 
Isaacs.  Aug.  19,  1960.  cover  title,  1  +  10+ [2]  p.  il.  4°  *  Microfilm, 
$2.40  ;  photocopy,  .?3.30  (P.B.  147965). 

1403  5526.  Atmospheric  radioactivity  In  South  America  and  Antarctica   [with  list  of 

references;  by]  L.  B.  Lockhart,  .ir.  Aug.  15,  1960.  cover  title,  1  +  9  + 
[2]  p.  11.  4°     *  Microfilm,  $1.80  ;  photocopy,  $1.80. 

1404  5528.  Fission  product  radioactivity  In  air  along  80th  meridian    (west)    during 

1959  [with  list  of  references:  bv]  L.  B.  Lockhart,  [and  others].  Aug. 
15,  1960.  cover  title,  11  +  17+ [2]  p.  11.  4"  *  Microfilm,  $2.40;  photo- 
copy, $3.30  (PB  148665). 

NAVAL  WEAPONS  BUREAU,  Defense  Dept. 

1405  Oceanography  for  Navy  meteorologist   [with  bibliography,  by  Hans  A. 

Panofsky  and  John  H.  Powell;  edited  bv  John  Mercer].     Mar.  1960. 
xi+128  p.  il.  4°     ([NAYWEPS  50-1P-547]  :  Navy  "Weather  Re.search 
Facility.)      [Applied  Research  Operational  Weather  Analysis.     Issued 
with  perforations.]     t     •  Item  408-B-l 
L.C.  card  61-60197  D  217.2 :  Oc  2 

1406  PERT,  program  evaluation  research  task,  summary  report,  phase  1.     July 

1958.     [3]+16-f  [16]  p.  il.  4°     (Special  Projects  Office.)     *  Paper,  25e. 
•  Item  408-B-l  D  217.2  :  P  94/958 

1407  Report  on  Civil  War  explosive  ordnance;  by  F.   W.  Hackley.     [I960.] 

[l]+iv+44  leaves,  il.  4°     (Naval  School,  Explosive  Ordnance  Disposal, 

Naval  Propellant  Plant,  Indian  Head,  Md. )     [Processed.]     t 

L.C.  card  61-60228  D  217.15  :  C  49 

NAVY  DEPARTMENT,  Defense  Dept. 

1408  Financial  report,  fiscal  year  1960.     [I960.]     cover  title,  76  p.  4»     (Office 

of  Comptroller ;  NAVEXOS  publication  P-1170. )     * 

L.C.  card  55-60072  D  201.1/2 :  960 

•For  Sale  by  Superintendent  of  Docnments 
*For  Sale  by  OTS,  Commerce  Dept. 
•  Sent  to  Depository  Libraries 

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Government  Publicationb 

1409  Index  to  Navy  procurement  information;  July  1960.     [I960.]     cover  title, 

ii+74  p.  4»     (Office  of  Naval  Material.     NAVEXOS  P-1503.)     [Issued 

in  loose-leaf  form.  ]     *  Paper,  40c.     •  Item  373 

L.C.  card  56-63837  D  201.6/11 :  960 

1410  Navy  comptroller  manual:  v.  4  [Disbursing],  Change  109;  Nov.  4,  1960. 

[I960.]  4+[50]  p.  il.  4"  ( Office  of  Comptroller. )  [Processed.  Issued 
in  loose-leaf  form.]     t  D  201.6/2  :  4/ch.  109 

1411    V.  4  [Disbursing],  chap.  4  [Military  pay  and  accounts],  Change  101; 

Nov.  1960.  [I960.]  4+ [54]  p.  il.  4°  (Office  of  Comptroller.)  [Proc- 
essed.   Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     t  D  201.6/2 :  4/chap.4/ch.l01 

OLD-AGE  AND  SURVIVORS  INSURANCE  BUREAU, 
Health,  Education,  and  Welfare  Dept. 

OASI  (series).     •  Item  518-A 

1412  26e.  For  your  greater  security.     [I960.]      [16]  p.  11.  oblong  24»     f     FS  3.35  :  26e 

PATENT  OFFICE,  Commerce  Dept. 

Classification  bulletin.     [Issued  with  perforations.]     •Item  252 

1413  326.  Class    235.    registers,    containing    classification    definitions    of    above    class 

revised  by  classification  group  of  Patent  Office,  to  include  all   changes 
through  order  303,  Apr.  28,  1960.     [I960.]      [25]  p.  4°     •  Paper,  25c. 

C  21.3 :  326/2 

1414  Index  to  classification.     [Jan.    I960.]     325   p.   4°     [Issued   in   loose-leaf 

form.]     Not  sold  separately:   included  in   subscription  to  Manual  of 
classification  of  patents,  which  is  *  Paper,  $8.50  (including  basic  manual, 
and  index,  and  revised  pages  for  approximately  2  years)  ;  $2.00  addi- 
tional for  foreign  mailing.     •  Item  257 
L.C.  card  61-60109  C  21.12/2 :  960 

POST  OFFICE  DEPARTMENT 

1415  Andrew  Carnegie  famous  American  stamp  ceremony,  talk  by  L.  Rohe 

Walter,  special  assistant  to  Postmaster  General,  New  York,  N.Y.,  Nov. 
25,  1960.  [I960.]  4  leaves,  4°  (Information  Service,  release  343.) 
[Processed.]     f  P  1-27  :  W  17/11 

1416  Camp  Fire  Girls  stamp  ceremony,  remarks  by  Franklin  R.  Bruns,  jr., 

director.  Division  of  Philately,  New  York,  N.Y.,  Nov.  1,  1960.  [I960.] 
3  leaves,  4*     (Information  Service,  release  326.)     [Processed.]     t 

P  1.27 :  B  83 

1417  [Commemorative  stamp,  poster]  :  4-cent  American  credo  postage  stamp, 

available  at  your  local  post  office  Jan.  12,  1961.  10.5  x  8  in.  [Features 
Patrick  Henry's  statement.  Give  me  liberty  or  give  me  death.] 

P  1.26/2 :  C  86/6 

1*18  4-cent  Echo  1,  communications  for  peace,  commemorative  stamp,  avail- 
able at  your  local  post  office  Dec.  16,  1960.     [I960.]     10.5  x  8  in. 

P  1.26/2  :Ec  4 

141^    4-cent  John  Foster  Dulles  memorial  postage  stamp,  available  at  vour 

local  post  office  Dec.  7,  1960.     [I960.]     10.5  x  8  in.  P  1.26/2 :  D  88 

Note. — Commemorative  stamp  posters,  which  will  be  Issued  irregularly,  are 
available  on  a  subscription  basis  from  the  Superintendent  of  Documents,  $1.50 
a  yr. ;  50c  additional  for  foreign  mailing. 

1420  John  Foster  Dulles  memorial  stamp  ceremony,  talk  by  Postmaster  General 
Arthur  E.  Summerfield,  Washington,  D.C.,  Dec.  6,  1960.  [I960.]  4 
leaves,  4°     (Information  Service,  release,  353.)     [Processed.]     t 

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1421  Remarks  by  Frank  Barr,  Assistant  Postmaster  General,  Bureau  of  Per- 
sonnel, management  meeting  of  Michigan  postmasters  and  supervisors, 
Frankenmuth,  Mich.,  Nov.  12,  1960.  [I960.]  9  leaves,  4"  [Proc- 
essed.]    t  P  1.27  :  B  27/2 

PRESIDENT  OF  UNITED  STATES 

1422  Report  to  President  by  National  Agricultural  Advisory  Commission.     Dec. 

6,1960.    3  p.     narrow  f°     [Processed.]     t  Pr84.8:N21a 

PUBUC  ASSISTANCE  BUREAU,  Health,  Education, 
and  Welfare  Dept. 

Public  assistance  report.     •  Item  519 

1423  41.  Support  from  absent  fathers  of  children  receiving  ADC   [aid  to  dependent 

children],  1955  ;  by  Saul  Kaplan.     June  1960.     xH-112  p.  4<>      (Division  of 

Program  Statistics  and  Analysis.)      •  Paper,  65c. 

L.C.  card  HEW  61-4  FS  3.13  :  41 

PUBLIC  DOCUMENTS  DIVISION,  Government  Printing  Office 

1424  25  books  about  space,  missiles,  rockets.     [I960.]     2  p.  4°  folded  into  oblong 

48°     t     •  Item  552  GP  3.22  :  Sp  1 

Price  list  PL  (series),     t     •  Item  554  GP3.9:(nos.) 

1425  25.      Transportation,  highways  and  roads ;  Dec.   1960.     45th  edition.     [I960.] 

[2] +15  p. 

L.C.  card  26-26255 

1426  46.      Soils  and  fertilizers,   soil  surveys,   erosion  conservation  ;   Dec.    1960.     53d 

edition.      [I960.]      [2] +8  p. 
L.C.  card  25-27431 

1427  51A.  Diseases,  contagious  and  infectious  diseases,  sickness,  and  vital  statistics ; 

Dec.  1960.     11th  edition.      [I960.]      [2]-t-llp. 
L.C.  card  49-46434 

1428  Revised  and  enlarged  by  popular  demand,  list  of  publications  on  elec- 

tronics, electricity,  radar,  and  radio,  available  from  Superintendent  of 
Documents,  U.S.  Government  Printing  Office,  Washington  25,  D.C. 
[I960,]     [2]  p.  il.  t°  folded  into  oblong  48°  size,     t     •  Item  552 

GP  3.22  :  El  2/960-2 

1429  U.S.  Government  publications  as  suggested  gifts.     [I960.]     [2]   p.  il.  4" 

folded  into  oblong  48°  size,     t     •  Item  552  GP  3.22  :  P  96/49 

PUBLIC  HEALTH  SERVICE,  Health,  Education,  and  Welfare  Dept. 

1430  Arden  House  Conference  on  Tuberculosis  [Harriman,  N.Y.,  Nov.  29-Dec.  2, 

1959],  sponsored  by  National  Tuberculosis  Association  and  Public 
Health  Service,  Tuberculosis  Program.  [I960.]  viii+68  p.  il.  4° 
([Publication  784]  ;  Tuberculosis  Program.)  [Publication  presents  con- 
ference recommendations,  summary  of  deliberations,  background  mate- 
rial prepared  for  conferees.]  *  Paper,  45c.  •  Item  485 
L.C.  card  61-60222  FS  2.2  :  T  79/5 

1431  Atmospheric  emissions  from  petroleum  refineries,  guide  for  measurement 

and  control  [with  list  of  references ;  prepared  by  Bernard  J.  Steigerwald 
and  Andrew  H.  Rose,  jr.].     [I960.]     ix-f56  p.  il.     ([Publication  763]  ; 
Division  of  Air  Pollution. )      *  Paper,  30c.     •  Item  496-A 
L.C.  card  60-64728  FS  2.6/2  :  P  44 

1432  Biological  factors  in  domestic  rodent  control  [with  list  of  selected  refer- 

ences; by]  Robert  Z.  Brown.  1960.  [31+32  p.  il.  4°  ([Publication 
773]  ;  Communicable  Disease  Center,  Atlanta,  Ga.  Training  guide. 
Rodent  control  series,  [pt.  2].)  [Title  on  cover  is:  CDC  training  pro- 
gram, biological  factors  in  domestic  rodent  control.]  *  Paper,  25c. 
•  Item  505-A 
L.C.  card  61-60219  FS  2.60/7 :  R  61 

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Government  Publications 

1433  Bulletin,  National  Conference  on  Water  Pollution,  Washington,  D.C.,  Dec. 

12-14, 1960.     Nov.  15, 1960.     [4]  p.  4°     f     •  Item  502-A 

FS  2.64/3  :  B  87/960-2 

1434  Clean  water,   chart   book   of  America's  water   needs,    1900-80.     [I960.] 

cover  title,  48  p.  il.  oblong  16° ( [Publication  807.])      [Work  paper  of 
Surgeon  General's  National  Conference  on  Water  Pollution.  Washing- 
ton, D.C.,  Dec.   1960.     Text  on  p.  2  and  3  of  cover.]     *  Paper,  25c. 
•  Item  502-A 
L.C.  card  61-60183  FS  2.64/4 :  W  29/2 

1435  Clean  water,  national  resource.     [I960.]     10  p.  narrow  8°     (National  Con- 

ference on  Water  Pollution. )      *  Paper,  10c.     •  Item  502-A 

FS  2.64/3  :  W  29 

1436  Field  rodents,  public  health  importance  and  control ;   [by  Harold  George 

Scott].     [I960.]     [4]  p.  il.  4°     ([Publication  797;  Communicable  Dis- 
ease Center,  Training  Branch,  Atlanta,  Ga.] )     [At  head  of  title :  CDC 
training  program.]     *  Paper,  5c.     •  Item  504 
L.C.  card  61-60218  FS  2.60/2 :  R  61/2 

1437  Health  information  for  travel  in  Asia  including  Japan,  Indonesia,  and 

Philippines  and  in  Australia  and  New  Zealand.     [I960.]     [2]  p.  il.  nar- 
row f°     ([Publication  748C.])     *  Paper,  $3.75  per  100;  single  copy,  5c. 

FS  2 :  T  69/4 

Health  information  series.     •  Item  486 

1438  46.  Meningococcal    meningitis.     [Revised    I960.]      [I960.]      [4]    p.    narrow    8" 

( [Publication  219.] )     •  Paper,  $2.00  per  100  ;  single  copy,  5c. 

FS  2.50:  46/3 

1439  Health  manpower  source  book :  10,  Physicians'  age,  type  of  practice,  and 

location  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  William  H.  Stewart  and  Mary- 
land Y.  Pennell.     [I960.]     iii+199  p.  il.  4°     ( [Publication  263,  sec.  10]  ; 
Division  of  Public  Health  Methods.)     *  Paper,  55c.     •  Item  485 
L.C.  card  52-61801  FS  2.2 :  M  31/sec.lO 

Health  statistics  from  U.S.  national  health  survey  series.     •  Item  500-E 

FS2.85:(nos.) 

1440  B-24.  Acute  conditions,  seasonal  variations,  United  States,  July  1957-June  1960, 

statistics  on  incidence  of  acute  conditions  and  number  of  associated  days 
of  disability  in  each  calendar  quarter  according  to  condition  group  and 
age,  based  on  data  collected  in  household  interviews  during  July  1957— 
June  1960;  [prepared  by  Mary  Grace  Kovar].  Nov.  1960.  [414-47  p. 
11.  4°  ( [Publication  584-B24].)  ♦  Paper,  35c. 
L.C.  card  60-64767 

1441  B-26.  Interim  report  on  health  insurance,  United  States,  July-Dec.  1959,  results 

of  preliminary  study  on  proportion  of  population  covered  by  hospital 
Insurance,  surgical  Insurance,  and  doctor  visit  insurance  according  to 
selected  characteristics  of  population.  Based  on  data  collected  in  house- 
hold interviews  during  period  July-Dec.  1959  ;  [prepared  by  Mary  Grace 
Kovar].  Dec.  1960.  [4] +67  p.  11.  4"  ([Publication  584-B26.]) 
•  Paper,  45c. 
L.C  card  61-60123 

1442  Index  of  hospitals  and  sanatoria  with  tuberculosis  beds  in  United  States 

as  of  Apr.  1,  1959;  prepared  by  Stanley  Glaser  and  Sara  B.  Pearson. 
[I960.]     [3]-f43  p.  il.  4°     ([Publication  801] ;  Tuberculosis  Program.) 
[Title  on  cover  is :  Tuberculosis  beds  in  hospitals  and  sanatoria,  Apr,  1, 
1959.]     *  Paper,  35c.     •  Item486-A 
L.C.  card  52-60267  FS  2.69 :  959 

1443  Industrial  waste  guide  to  potato  chip  industry  [with  bibliography] ;  pre- 

pared by  Committee  on  Potato  Chip  Wastes  of  Potato  Chip  Institute 
International  in  cooperation  Math  National  Technical  Task  Committee 
on  Industrial  Wastes.  [I960.]  v-t-12  p.  il.  4°  ([Publication  756]; 
Division  of  Water  Supply  and  Pollution  Control.)  [Text  on  p.  2  of 
cover.]  *  Paper,  20c.  •  Item  487-A 
L.C.  card  61-60199  FS  2.71 :  P  84 

*For  Sale  by  Superintendent  of  Documents 
fDistribution  Made  by  Issuing  Office 
tOfficial  Use.    Not  Available 

MailinK  Address  for  All  Agencies  Listed  Is  Wsshiiurton  25,  D.C. 
Page  82  Unless  Otherwise  Indicated 


January  1961 

1444  National  Conference  on  Water  Pollution  called  by  Surgeon  General,  Public 

Health  Service,  Department  of  Health,  Education,  and  Welfare,  Wash- 
ington, D.C.,  Dec.  12-14,  1960  [program].  [I960.]  cover  title,  24  p. 
narrow  8°  [Theme:  Clean  water,  challenge  to  the  nation.  Text  on 
p.  2  of  cover.]     t     •  Item  502-A  FS  2.64/4 :  W  29 

1445  National  goals  in  air  pollution  research,  report  of  Surgeon  General's  ad 

hoc  task  group  on  air  pollution  research  goals.    Aug.  1960.     [7] +39  p. 

11. 4"     ( [  Publication  804. )  ]     t     •  Item  485 

L.C.  card  60-&4775  FS  2.2 :  Ai  7/15 

1446  Recreation  and  clean  water.     [I960.]     7  p.  narrow  8°     (National  Confer- 

ence on  Water  Pollution.)     *  Paper,  5c.     •   Item  502-A     FS  2.64/3  :  R  24 

1447  Republic  of  Congo,  (formerly  Belgian  Congo),  study  of  health  problems 

and   resources    [with  bibliography].     [I960.]     [2]+viii+115   p.   il.   4° 
([Publication  806];  Division  of  International  Health.)     *  Paper,  75c. 
•  It€m  485 
L.C.  card  60-€4689  FS  2.2 :  C  7G/3 

1448  Sanitation  in  control  of  insects  and  rodents  of  public  health  importance 

[with  list  of  references  ;  by  Wilfred  H.  Johnson.]  1960.  [3]  +46  p.  il.  4° 
([Publication  772],  Training  guide,  insect  control  series,  [pt.  4]  ;  Com- 
municable Disease  Center,  Atlanta,  Ga.)  [Title  on  cover  is:  CDC 
training  program,  sanitation  in  control  of  insects  and  rodents  of  public 
health  importance.]  *  Paper,  35c.  •  Item  505-A 
L.C.  card  61-60230  FS  2.60/7 :  Sa  5 

1449  So  you're  going  abroad!,  health  hints  for  travelers.     [I960.]     [2]  p.  il. 

narrow  f  ( [Publication  748A.] )  *  Paper,  $3.75  per  100 ;  single  copy, 
5c.     •  Item  485  FS  2.2 :  T  69/2 

PUBLIC  ROADS  BUREAU,  Commerce  Dept. 

1450  Dream  that's  coming  true,  remarks  by  Ellis  L.  Armstrong,  commissioner, 

Bureau  of  Public  Roads,  Department  of  Commerce,  at  luncheon  meeting, 
10th  annual  Roads  and  Streets  Conference,  University  of  Arizona,  Tuc- 
son, Ai-iz.,  Nov.  18, 1960.     [I960.]     10  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t 

C  37.21  :Ar  5/23 

Hydraulic  design  series.     (Division  of  Hydraulic  Research.) 

1451  1.  Hydraulics  of  bridge  waterways  [with  bibliography]  ;  reported  by  Joseph  N. 

Bradley.     Aug.  1960.     vi+53  p.  11.  4<>     »  Paper,  40c.      •  Item  265-C 
L.C.  card  60-64504  C  37.23  :  1 

1452  Road-user  and  property  taxes  on  selected  motor  vehicles,  1960,  by  Division 

of  Highway  Planning,  Office  of  Research ;  reported  by  Ed^^an  M.  Cope 
and  Laurence  L.  Liston.     Sept.  1960.     [2] +38  p.  il.  4°     [Illustrations 
on  p.  2  of  cover.]     *  Paper,  30c.     •  Item  265 
L.C.  card  61-60235  C  37.2 :  T  19 

RECLAMATION  BUREAU,  Interior  Dept. 

1453  Technical  record  of  design  and  construction :  Nimbus  Dam,  power  plant, 

and  fish  hatchery,  constructed  1952-55,  Central  Valley  project,  Calif, 

[with  selected  bibliography].  Denver,  Colo,,  Aug.  1960.  [3]+xii+213 
p.  il.,  1  pi.,  4°     t  Paper,  $4.25. 

L.C.  card  60-62334  I  27.2 :  N  61 

RENEGOTIATION  BOARD 

Renegotiation  staff  bulletin.     [Issued  with  perforations.]     •  Item  308 

1454  3-1.  Use  of  defense  materials  system  program  Identification  symbols  to  segregate 

certain  purchase  orders.     [I960.]     5  p.  4°    •  Paper,  10c.     RnB  1.6/3  :  3-1 

*For  Sale  by  Superintendent  of  Documents 
*For  Sale  by  OTS,  Commerce  Dept. 
•  Sent  to  Depository  Libraries 

Mailins  Address  for  All  Agencies  Listed  Is  Washingrton  25,  D.C, 

Unless  Otharwise  Indicated  Pag0  83 

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Government  Publications 

RESEARCH  AND  DEVELOPMENT  BUREAU,  Federal  Aviation  Agency 

1455  Report  on  hyperbolic  coordinate  converter  [with  list  of  references]  ;  pre- 

pared by  [E.  H.  Lange],  Motorola,  Inc.  [I960.]  cover  title,  [157]  p. 
11.  4'  ([Contract  FAA/BRD-130,  Jan.  15,  I960.])  [Processed.] 
*  Paper,  $3.00  (PB  161853) .  FAA  2.2  :  C  76 

Technical  development  report.     [Processed.] 

1456  403.   Final    report,    aircraft    installation    and    operation    of    extingulshing-agent 

concentration    recorder :    prepared    by    James    E.  Demaree    and    Paul    R. 

Dierdorf.     Sept.  25,  1959.      [5] +15+ [16]   p.  il.  4"      (National  Aviation 

Facilities    Experimental    Center,    Atlantic    City,  N.J.)      *  Paper,    $1.00 

(PB  161991).  PAA  2.8  :  403 

RURAL  ELECTRIFICATION  ADMINISTRATION,  Agriculture  Dept. 

REA  bulletin. 

1457  112-1.  Handbool£  of  electric  retail  rates  and  service  rules.      [Oct.  I960.]      cover 

title,   iv  +  70  p.  4°     [Issued  with  perforations.]      t      •  Item   116 
L.C.  card  61-60247  A  68.3  :  112-1 

1458  Telephone  system  construction  contract  (labor  and  materials).     [Revised 

Nov.  I960.]  cover  title,  [395]  p.  il.  4°  (REA  form  511.)  [Issued  in 
loose-leaf  form.]     *  Paper,  $2.25.     •  Item  116  A  68.2  :  T  23/2/960 

SCIENCE  INFORMATION  SERVICE  OFFICE,  National  Science 

Foundation 

Note. — The  Office  of  Science  Information  Service  was  established  in  the  National 
Science  Foundation  as  directed  in  Public  law  864,  85t.h  Congress,  2d  session,  ap- 
proved Sept.  2,  1958. 

1459  Current  research  and  development  in  scientific  documentation  no.  7  [with 

lists  of  references ;  compiled  by  Madeline  Berry  Henderson  and  Nancy 

Ripple].     [I960.]     viii+153   p.     (NSF-60-65.)     *  Paper,   65c.     ©Item 

834-K 

L.C.  card  5S-2427  NS  2.10 :  7 

SECURITIES  AND  EXCHANGE  COMMISSION 

1460  General  rules  and  regulations  under  Securities  act  of  1933,  as  in  effect 

Sept.  15,  1960.     1960.     ix+75  p.  4°     [Title  17,  Code  of  Federal  regula- 
tions, pt.  230.]     *  Paper,  45c.     •  Item  907 
L.C.  card  41-8974  SE  1.6 :  R  86/2/960 

1461  General  rules  and  regulations  under  Securities  exchange  act  of  19.34  as  in 

effect  Sept.  15,  1960.     1960.     ix-f  88  p.  4°     [Code  of  Federal  regulations, 

title  17,  pt.  240.]     *  Paper,  50c.     •  Item  907 

L.C.  card  41-8974  SB  1.6  :  R  86/3/960 

1462  Securities  act  of  1933,  as  amended  to  July  12,  1960,  Public  no.  22,  73d  Con- 

gress, H.R.  5480,  act  to  provide  full  and  fair  disclosure  of  character  of 
securities  sold  in  interstate  and  foreign  commerce  and  through  mails, 
and  to  prevent  frauds  in  sale  thereof,  and  for  other  purposes.     [I960.] 
27  p.  4°     *  Paper,  20c.     •  Item  906 
L.C.  card  34-28008  SE  1.5  :  Se  2/3/960 

SHIPS  BUREAU  (Navy).  Defense  Dept. 

1463  Investigation  of  effects  of  sea  water  immersion  on  properties  of  glass  rein- 

forced polyester  laminates;  [by]  P.  M.  Goldfarb.  Dec.  21.  19.59.  [1]  + 
13+ [31]  p.  il.  4°  (Lab.  project  4860-J-4,  final  report,  S-R007  03  04 
(formerly  NS-034-015,  subtask  18)  ;  Material  Laboratory,  New  York 
Naval  Shipyard,  Brooklyn  1,  N.Y.).  [Processed.]  *  Paper,  $1.25  (PB 
161912).  D  211.18  :Sel 

*For  Sale  by  Superintendent  of  Documents 
tDistributiou  Made  by  Issuing  Office 
jOflScial  Use.    Not  Available 

Mailinsr  Address  for  All  Agencies  Li.sted  Is  Washington  25,  D.C., 
Page  84  Unless  Otherwise  Indicated 


January  1961 

1464  Manual  for  operation  and  maintenance  of  lifeboat,  COj  inflatable  mark  5, 

15-person     capacity.     Revised     Aug.     1960.     [I960.]     [l]+26     p.     il. 
(NAVSHIPS  250-524-5.)     $     •  Item  412-B  D  211.6/2  :L  62 

SMALL  BUSINESS  ADMINISTRATION 

Management  aids  for  small  manufacturers. 

1465  119.  Management  side  of  small-plant  R&D  [with  list  of  references  for  further 

information]  ;  bv  Leland  S.  Hobson.     Dec.  1960.     4  p.  4°      [Issued  with 
perforations.]      t  SBA  1.10  :  119 

SMITHSONIAN  INSTITUTION 

Smithsonian  miscellaneous  collections. 

1466  V.  140,  no.  4.  Cephalic    nervous    system    of    centipede    Arenophilus    blpuncticeps 

(Wood)    (Chilopoda,  Geophilomorpha,   Geophllidae)    [with  list  of 
references]  ;  by  Michael  A.   Lorenzo.     Washington,   Nov.  8,  1960 
[Lord  Baltimore  Press,  Inc.,  Baltimore,  Md.]     iii+43  p.  11.  5  pi. 
(Publication  4425.)     f     Paper,  75c. 
L.C.  card  60-64682  SI  1.7  :  140/4 

SOCIAL  SECURITY  ADMINISTRATION,  Health,  Education,  and 
Welfare  Dept. 

1467  Regulations  no.  4,  issue  no.  30;  Oct.  13,  1960.     [I960.]     [10]  p.     [Contains 

amendments   to   subparts   F   and    J.     Issued    in   loose-leaf   form.]     $ 

•  Item  520. 

L.C.  card  37-26866  FS  3.6/2  :  30 

1468  Report  and  recommendations  of  Medical  Advisory  Committee  on  adminis- 

tion  of  OASI  disability  provisions.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title,  iv4-16  p. 
(Bureau  of  Old-Age  and  Survivors  Insurance.)  *  Paper,  15e.  •  Item 
516  FS  3.2 :  M  46/3/960 

1469  Summary  information  on  medical  and  remedial  care  provided  in  approved 

State  public  assistance  plans.  June  1960.  cover  title,  20  p.  oblong  8° 
(Bureau  of  Public  Assistance.)     [Processed.     Text  on  p.  2  of  cover.]     t 

FS  3.2  :  M  46/4 

SOIL  CONSERVATION  SERVICE,  Agriculture  Dept. 

[Conservation  information]     SCS-CI  (series). 

1470  3.  What  Soil  Conservation  Service  does.     Revised  Oct.  1960.     [I960.]     [4]   p. 

il.     t      •  Item  119-A  A  57.44  :  3/3 

1471  Irrigation  guide  for  northeastern  Colorado,  South  Platte  and  Republican 

River  watersheds  below  7,000  feet.     Mar.  1960.     cover  title,  [5]-f52  p. 

il.  4°     [Processed.     Some  of  these  pages  are  issued  as  leaves.] 

L.C.  card  61-60216  A  57.6/2  :  Ir  7 

1472  Land  and  people,  talk  by  D.  A.  Williams,  administrator.  Soil  Conservation 

Service,  Department  of  Agriculture,  at  15th  annual  meeting.  Soil  Con- 
servation Society  of  America,  Guelph,  Ontario,  Aug.  29,  1960.  [I960.] 
6  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t  A  57.25 :  W  67/98 

Soil  survey  series  1946.     •  Item  102  (Rev.  1957) 

1473  4.  Upper  Flathead  Valley  area,  Mont.;  [by  B.  H.  Williams  and  R.  K.  Jackson]. 

Sept.  1960.  cover  title,  [l]-|-67  p.  il.  44  p.  of  pi.  and  maps,  4"  [Prepared 
In  cooperation  with  Montana  Agricultural  Experiment  Station.  Text  and 
another  map  on  p.  2  and  4  of  cover.  One  map  Is  colored.]  *  Paper,  $2.00. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-11  A  57.38  :  946/4 

Soil  survey  series  1951.     •  Item  102  (Rev.  1957) 

1474  8.  Loudoun  County,  Va  [with  list  of  literature  cited  ;  by  H.  C.  Porter,  and  others]. 

Sept.  1960.     cover  title,  iii-f  118  p.  11.  54  p.  of  pi.  and  maps,  4"     [Prepared 
in  cooperation  with  Virginia  Agricultural  Experiment  Station.     Text  on  p.  2 
of  cover.     One  map  is  colored.]     •  Paper,  $2.50. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-10  A  57.38  :  951/8 

*For  Sale  by  Superintendent  of  Documents 
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Unless  Otherwise  Indicated  Page  85 


Government  Publications 

Soil  survey  series  1952.     •  Item  102  ( Rev.  1957 ) 
1476         9.  Beryl-Enterprise  area,   Utah    [with  list  of  literature  cited;   by   R.   Ulrlch]. 
Sept.  1960.     cover  title,  [l]  +  75  p.  11.  25  p.  of  pi.  and  maps,  4"     [Prepared 
In  cooperation  with  Utah  Agricultural  Experiment  Station.     Text  on  p.  2 
of  cover.     One  map  Is  colored.]     •  Paper,  $1.50. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-14  A  57.38  :  952/9 

Soil  survey  series  1955.     •  Item  102  (Rev.  1957)  A  57.38:  955/ (nos.) 

1476  7.  Brown  County,  Kans. ;   [by  Robert  W.  Elkleberry].     Sept.  1960.     cover  title, 

[l]+32  p.  11.  37  p.  of  pi.  and  maps,  4°     [Prepared  In  cooperation  with 
Kansas  Agricultural  Experiment  Station.     Text  on  p.  2  of  cover.     One  map 
Is  colored.]     •  Paper,  $1.75. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-12 

1477  9.  Nance  County,  Nebr. ;  [by  Herbert  L.  Kollmorgen].     July  1960.     cover  title, 

ri]+44  p.  11.   47  p.  of  pi.   and  maps,  4">      [Prepared   In  cooperation   with 
University  of  Nebraska,  Conservation  and  Survey  Division.     Text  and  an- 
other illustration  on  p.  1  and  2  of  cover.]     •  Paper,  $2.00. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-32 

Soil  survey  series  1956.     •  Item  102  (Rev.  1957)  A  57.38 :  956/ (nos.) 

1478  11.  Cimarron  County,  Okla.  [with  bibliography  ;  by  Ralph  S.  Murphy,  and  others]. 

June  1960.     cover  title,  1  +  53  p.  il.  117  p.  of  pi.  and  maps,  4"     [Prepared 
In  cooperation  with  Oklahoma  Agricultural  Experiment  Station.     Text  on 
p.  2  of  cover.     One  map  is  colored.]     ♦  Paper,  $4.25. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-33 

1479  15.  Frederick  County,  Md.  [with  list  of  literature  cited ;  by  Earle  D.  Matthews]. 

Sept.  1960.     cover  title,  [1]  +  144  p.  11.  62  p.  of  pi.  and  maps,  40     [Prepared 
In  cooperation  with  Maryland  Agricultural  Experiment  Station.     Text  on 
p.  2  of  cover.     One  map  Is  colored.]     •  Paper,  $3.25. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-13 

1480  17.  Soil  survey  and  vegetation,  northeastern  Kodiak  Island  area,  Alaska   [with 

list  of  literature  cited;  by  Samuel  Rleger  and  R.  Eugene  Wunderllch]. 
Oct.  1960.  cover  title,  1  +  46  p.  11.  2  maps  In  pocket,  4°  [Prepared  In 
cooperation  with  Department  of  Interior,  Bureau  of  Land  Management  and 
Alaska  Agricultural  Experiment  Station.  Text  and  map  on  p.  2  and  4  of 
cover.  Maps  are  colored.]  *  Paper,  $1.25 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-14 

Soil  survey  series  1957.     •  Item  102  (Rev.  1957.)         A  57.38:  957/ (nos.) 

1481  5.  Orange  County,  Fla.   [with  list  of  literature  cited;  by  Ralph  G.  Leigh ty  and 

others].     Sept.  1960.     cover  title,  1  +  63  p.  11.   89  p.  of  pi.  and  maps,  4» 
[Prepared  In  cooperation  with  University  of  Florida  Agricultural  Experi- 
ment  Stations.     Text  on  p.   2  of  cover.     One  map   is  colored.]     *  Paper, 
$3.50. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-9 

1482  6.  Dawson  County,  Tex.;    [by  Dupree  Sanders].     Aug.  1960.     cover  title,  1  +  58 

p.  II.  54  p.  of  pi.  and  maps,  4"     [Prepared  In  cooperation  with  Texas  Agri- 
cultural Experiment  Station.     Text  and  another  map  on  p.  2  and  4  of  cover.] 
*  Paper,  $2.50. 
L.C.  card  Agr  60-513 


STATE  DEPARTMENT 


African  series. 


1483  2.  Newly  Independent  nations,   Sudan      [I960.]     cover  title,    [8]    p.  narrow  8" 

([Publication  7044;  Office  of  Public  Services,  Bureau  of  Public  Affairs.]) 

*  Paper,  5e.      •  Item  862-A 

L.C.  card  61-60220  S  1.116  :  2 

Department  and  foreign  service  series.     •  Item  863 

1484  97.  Science  adviser  of  Department  of  State.     [I960.]     lv  +  27  p.  II.     ([Publica- 

tion 7056 ;  Office  of  Public  Services,  Bureau  of  Public  Affairs.]     ♦  Paper, 

15c. 

L.C.  card  SD  61-1  S  1.69  :  97 

Far  eastern  series.     •  Item  870  S  1.38 :  (nos. ) 

1485  88.     Newly  Independent  nations,  Malaya.     [I960.]     cover  title,  [8]  p.  narrow  8» 

([Publication  6967]  ;  Office  of  Public  Services,  Bureau  of  Public  Affairs.) 

*  Paper,  5c. 

L.C.  card  61-60220 

1486  89.     Newly  Independent  nations,  Philippines.     [I960.]     cover  title,   [8]   p.  nar- 

row 8»     ( [Publication  6968 ;  Office  of  Public  Services,  Bureau  of  Public 
Affairs.])     •  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60220 

1487  97.     Newly  independent  nations,  VIet-Nam.     [1960.]     cover  title,  [7]  p.  narrow 

8»     ([Publication    7031;    Office    of   Public    Services,    Bureau    of    Public 
Affairs.  ] )     •  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60220 

*For  Sale  by  Superintendent  of  DocnmentB 
tDistribntion  Made  by  iBSulng  Office 
iOfflcial  Use.    Mot  Available 

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Page  86  Unleat  OtharwlM  Indicated 


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1489 

1490 
1491 
1492 
1493 

1494 


101.  Record  on  Korean  unification,  1943-60,  narrative  «ummary  with  principal 
documents.     [I960.]     xlll+241  p.     ([PubUcatlon  7084  ;  Historical  Office, 
Bureau  of  Public  Affairs.] )     •  Paper,  65c. 
L.C.  card  60-64695 


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([Publication  7041 
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1503 


Newly  Independent  nations,  Pakistan.     [I960.]     cover  title,  [8]  p.  narrow  8" 
([Publication  7073;  Office  of  Public  Services,  Bureau  of  Public  Affairs.]) 
•  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60220 

56.  Same,  India.     [I960.]     cover  title,   [7]  p.  narrow  S"     ([Publication  7029 

Office  of  Public  Services,  Bureau  of  Public  Affairs.] )     •  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60220 

57.  Same,  Jordan.     [I960.]     cover  title,  [7]  p.  narrow  8» 

Office  of  Public  Services,  Bureau  of  Public  Affairs.] ) 
L.C.  card  61-60220 

58.  Same,  Israel.      [I960.]      cover  title,   [7]    p.  narrow  8" 

Office  of  Public  Services,  Bureau  of  Public  Affairs.]) 
L.C.  card  61-60220 

59.  Point  4    In   Jordan;    by   Norman   Burns.     [I960.]      [2]  +  12   p.    narrow   8» 

(Publication   7078 ;    International    Cooperation   Administration,    Office    of 
Public  Services,  Bureau  of  Public  Affairs.)      [Text  of  address  given  before 
Chamber  of  Commerce,  Jerusalem,  June  14,  I960.]     •  Paper,  10c. 
L.C.  card  61-60227 

60.  Fact  sheet,  mutual  security  In  action,  Tunisia.     [Revised  edition.]      [I960.] 

[12]  p.  11.  narrow  8°     ([Publication  7082;  International  Cooperation  Ad- 
ministration, Office  of  Public  Services,  Bureau  of  Public  Affairs.] )     *  Paper, 
10c. 
L.C.  card  61-60213 

Treaties  and  otlier  international  acts  series.  •  Paper,  $10.00  a  yr.  (ap- 
proximately 150  issues),  $6.00  additional  for  foreign  mailing;  single 
copies  vary  in  price.     •  Item  899  S9.10:(nos.) 

4554.  Surplus  agricultural  commodities,  agreement  between  United  States  and 
Chile,   amending  agreement  of   June  2,  1960,   effected  by  exchange  of 
notes  signed  Santiago  Aug.  12,  1960 ;  [entered  Into  force  Aug.  12,  I960]. 
[I960.]      [2]-t-3  p.     [English  and  Spanish.]     'Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60151 

4556.  Mutual  defense  assistance,  disposition  of  equipment  and  materials  arrange- 
ment between  United  States  and  the  Netherlands,  effected  by  exchange 
of  notes,  dated  The  Hague  No.  12  and  26,  1954,  and  amending  arrange- 
ment effected  by  exchange  of  notes  signed  The  Hague  Aug.  10  and  13, 
1960  ;  [entered  into  force  Aug.  13,  I960].  [I960.]  [2]-f  7  p.  •  Paper, 
10c. 
L.C.  card  61-60152 

4558.  Air  transport  services,  agreement  between  United  States  and  Italy,  amend- 
ing agreement  of  Feb.  6,  1948,  as  amended,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes, 
signed    Washington  Aug.   4,   1960;    [entered   into  force   Aug.  4,    I960]. 
[1900.]      [2] -1-4  p.     [English  and  Italian.]     *  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  60-64704 

4560.  Surplus  agricultural  commodities,  understanding  between  United  States 
and  China,  relating  to  article  3  of  agreement  of  June  9,  1959,  as  supple- 
mented, effected  by  exchange  of  notes  signed  Taipei  Aug.  17,  and  24, 
1960;  [entered  into  force  Aug.  24,  I960].  [I960.]  [2]-i-7  p.  11. 
[English  and  Chinese.]  *  Paper,  10c. 
L.C.  card  60-64705 

4562.  Tracking  stations,  agreement  between  United  States  and  Union  of  South 
Africa,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes,  signed  Pretoria  Sept.   13,  1960 ; 
[entered  Into  force  Sept.  13,  I960].     [I960.]      [2]-f  6  p.     •  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  60-64706 
-  4563.  Surplus  agricultural  commodities,  agreement  between  United  States  and 
China,  signed  Taipei  Aug.  30,  1960  [entered  into  force  Aug.  30,  1960]  ; 
with  exchanges  of  notes.      [I960.]      [2]  +2Q  p.  11.      [English  and  Chinese. 
•  Paper,  15c. 
L.C.  card  60-64707 

4565.  Defense,  mutual  weapons  development  program,  agreement  between  United 
States  and  Australia,  signed  Washington  Aug.  23,  1960;    [entered  Into 
force  Aug.  23,  I960].      [I960.]      [2]  -f  5  p.     •  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  60-64708 

4567.  Defense,   transfer  of  military  equipment,  materials,   and  services,  agree- 

ment between  United  States  and  Haiti,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes 
dated  Port-au-Prince  Sept.  1,  1960;    [entered  Into  force  Sept.  1,  I960]. 
,[1960.]      [2]-f5  p.     [English  and  French.]     'Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  60-64709 

4568.  Defense,  loan  of  vessel  to  Colombia,  agreement  between  United  States  and 

Colombia,  amending  agreement  of  Apr.  5  and  7,  1960,  effected  by  exchange 
of  notes  signed  Bogota  July  25,  1960 ;  [entered  Into  force  July  25,  1960 J. 
[I960.]      [2]-f3  p.     [English  and  Spanish.]     'Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  60-64710 


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1504  4569.  Defense,  weapons  production  program,  agreement  between  United   States 

and  Norway,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes  signed  Oslo  Feb.  13,  1960 ; 
[entered  Into  force   Feb.   13,    19G0],   and   amending  agreement,   effected 
bv  exchange  of  notes  signed  Oslo  Apr.  26  and  Sept.  16,  1960  ;   [entered 
into  force  Sept.  16,  I960].      [I960.]      [2]  +11  p.     •  Paper,  10c. 
L.C.  card  60-64711 

1505  4570.  Mutual  defense  assistance,  redistributable  and  excess  property,  agreement 

between  United  States  and  Denmark,  amending  agreement  of  Nov.   16, 
1951,  and  Apr.   28,   1952,   affected  by   exchange  of  notes   signed   Copen- 
hagen  Sept.    12,    1960;    [entered  into   force   Sept.    12,   I960].     [I960.] 
[2] +3  p.     •  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  60-64712 

1506  4571.  Guaranty  of  private  Investments,  agreement  between  United   States  and 

Liberia,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes  signed  Monrovia  Sept.  6  and  12, 

1960  ;  [entered  into  force  Sept.  12,  I960].      [I960.]      [2] +  5  p.     *  Paper, 

5c. 

L.C.  card  60-64713 

1507  4572.  Surplus  agricultural  commodities,  agreement  between  United  States  and 

Republic  of  Korea,  amending  and  supplementing  agreement  of  June  30, 

1959,  as  amended,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes  signed  Seoul  Sept.  14, 

1960;  [entered  Into  force  Sept.  14,  I960].     [I960.]      [2]  +  5  p.     •  Paper, 

5c. 

L.C.  card  60-64714 

1508  4573.  Mutual  defense  assistance,  disposition  of  equipment  and  materials,  agree- 

ment  between    Unitpd    States   and   Italy,    amending   agreement   of    Nov. 
20  and  Dec.  14,  1951,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes,  signed  Rome  Sept. 
7,  1960;   [entered  Into  force  Sept.  7,  I960].     [I960.]      [2]+3  p.     [Eng- 
lish and  Italian.]      *  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  60-64715 

1509  4574.  Surplus  agricultural  commodities,  agreement  between  United  States  and 

India,  supplementing  agreement  of  May  4,  1960,  as  supplemented,  signed 
Washington  Sept.  23,  1960;    [entered  into  force  Sept.  23,  1960],  with 
exchange  of  notes.     [I960.]      [2]-|-4  p.     *  Paper,   5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60100 

1510  4575.  Surplus  agricultural  commodities,  agreement  between  United  States  and 

United  Arab   Republic,   amending  agreement  of  Aug.   9,   1960,   effected 
by  exchange  of  notes,  signed  Cairo  Sept.  17,  1960  ;   [entered  into  force 
Sept.  17,   I960].      [1960.T      [2] +4  p.     'Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  60-64716 

1511  4576.  Surplus  agricultural   commodities,  agreement  between  United   States  and 

Ceylon,  signed  at  Colombo  Sept.  30,  1960  ;  [entered  Into  force  Sept.  30, 
1960],  with  exchange  of  notes.     [I960.]      [2] +8  p.     *  Paper,   10c. 
L.C.  card  60-64717 

1512  4577.  Economic  assistance  to  Libya,  agreement  between  United  States  and  Libya, 

amending  agreement  of  Sept.  9,  1954,  as  supplemented,  effected  by  ex- 
change of  notes  signed  Tripoli  June  30,  1960;   [entered  Into  force  June 
30,1960].      [I960.]      [2] +4  p.     [English  and  Arabic]     •  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  60-64718 

1513  4578.  Surplus  agricultural   commodities,   child  feeding  program,   agreement   be- 

tween United   States  and   Italy,   effected  by   exchange  of  notes   signed 
Rome    July    19,    1960;    [entered    Into    force   July    19,    I960].     [I960.] 
[2]  -1-4  p.     [English  and  Italian.]     •  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60101 

1514  4579.  Surplus  agricultural  commodities,   agreement  between  United  States  and 

Pakistan,  amending  agreement  of  Apr.  11,  1960,  effected  by  exchange  of 
notes  signed  Karachi  Sept.  23,  1960;  [entered  Into  force  Sept.  23,  I960]. 
[I960.]      [2] +4  p.     •  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60102 

1515  4581.  Termination  of  reciprocal  trade  agreement  of  Apr.  8,  1943,  agreement  be- 

tween   United    States    and    Iran,    effected    by    exchnge    of    notes    signed 
Tehran    July    27,    1960;    [entered   Into   force   July    27,    I960].      [I960.] 
[2]  -f  4  p.     [English  and  Persian.]     •  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60181 

1516  4582.  Defense,  loan  of  additional  vessels  to  Spain,   agreement  between  United 

States  and  Spain  effected  by  exchange  of  notes,  signed  Madrid  Sept.  30, 
1960:   [entered  into  force  Sept.  30,  I960].      [I960.]      [2] +2  p.      [Eng- 
lish and  Spanish.]      *  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60114 

1517  4583.  Mutual  defense  assistance,  disposal  of  redistributable  and  excess  property, 

agreement  between  United  States  and  Luxembourg,  amending  agreement 
of  July  7,  1954,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes  signed  Luxembourg  Mar. 
4   and  June   10,    1960 ;    [entered  into   force  June   10,    I960].     [1960.] 
[2] +3  p.      [English  and  French.]      *  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60115 

1518  4584.  Vocational   education   cooperative  program   In   Brazil  agreement   between 

United  States  and  Brazil,  extending  and  amending  agreement  of  Oct. 
14,  1950,  as  extended  and  amended,  effected  bv  exchange  of  notes,  signed 
Rio   de   Janeiro   June   29,    1960;    [entered    into  force  June   29,    I960]. 
[I960.]      [2] -1-4   p.     [English   and  Portuguese.]     'Paper,    5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60116 

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1519  4585.  Weather  stations,  cooperative  program  at  Antofagasta,  Quintro  and  Puerto 

Montt,  agreement  between  United  States  and  Chile,  extending  agreement 
of  Mar.  1, 1957,  as  extended,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes  signed  Santiago 
July  21  and  Sept.  7,  I960:  [entered  Into  force  Sept.  7,  1960,  operative 
retroactively  Jan.  1,  1960].  [I960.]  [2] +4  p.  [English  and  Span- 
ish.] •  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60017 

1520  4580.  Agriculture  and  natural  resources,   cooperative  program  In  Brazil,   agree- 

ment between  United  States  and  Brazil,  extending  and  amending  agree- 
ment of  June  26,  1953,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes  signed  at  Rio  de 
Janeiro    Aug.    24,    1960;    entered   into   force   Aug.    24,    I960].      [I960.] 
[2]  +4  p.      [English  and  Portuguese.]      *  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60182 

1521  4587.  Surplus  agricultural  commodities,   agreement  between  United  States  and 

Burma,  amending  article  2  of  agreement  of  May  27,  1958,  as  amended, 
effected  by   exchange  of  notes  signed  Rangoon  Oct.  10,  1960  ;    [entered 
Into  force  Oct.  10,  I960].    [I960.]     [2]  +3  p.    •  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60180 

1522  4589.  Defense,   loan   of  vessel   to   Chile   agreement   between   United   States  and 

Chile,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes  signed  Santiago  June  28  and  July 
16,    I960;    [entered    Into    force    July    16,    I960].      [I960.]       [2]-f5    p. 
[English  and  Spanish.]     •  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60157 

1523  4590.  Mutual  defense  assistance,  disposition  of  equipment  and  material,  agree- 

ment between  United  States  and  Portugal,  amending  agreement  of  June 
16  and  July  9,  1952,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes  signed  Lisbon  Sept.  15, 
1960  [entered  into  force  Sept.  15,  I960].     [I960.]      [2]-f-3p.     [English 
and  Spanish.]     *  Paper,  5e. 
L.C.  card  61-60153 

1524  4591.  Operations    In    Antarctica,    agreement    between   United    States    and    New 

Zealand,  extending  agreement  of  Dec.  24,  1958,  effected  by  exchange  of 
notes  signed   Wellington   Oct.    18,    1960 ;    [entered   Into  force  Oct.   18, 
I960].     [I960.]     [2] +3  p.    *  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60211 

1525  4592.  Surplus  agricultural  commodities,  agreement  between  United   States  and 

Iran,   amending   agreement   of   July   26,    1960,    effected    by   exchange   of 
notes  signed  Tehran  Sept.  26,  1960;  [entered  Into  force  Sept.  26,  I960]. 
[I960.]    E21-t-6  p.      [English  and  Iranian.]      *  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60154 

1526  4593.  Defense,  loan  of  vessel  to  Canada,  agreement  between  United  States  and 

Canada,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes  signed  Washington  July  20  and 
Aug.    23   and   31,   1960;    [entered   Into  force  Aug.   31,    I960].      [I960.] 
[2] +4  p.    'Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60155 

1527  4594.  Defense   weapons   production   program,   agreement   between   United    States 

and  Portugal,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes  signed  Lisbon  Sept.  26,  1960 ; 
[entered  into  force  Sept.  26,  I960].     [I960.]      [2] +9  p.     [English  and 
Portuguese.]     *  Paper,  10c. 
L.C.  card  61-60204 

1528  4595.  Military   mission   to    Costa  Rica,   agreement  between  United   States   and 

Costa   Rica,    amending  and   extending   agreement   of   Dec.    10,    1945,   as 
amended  and  extended,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes  signed  Washington 
Mar.  4  and  Oct.  17,  1958  ;   [entered  into  force  Oct.  17,  1958,  operative 
retroactively  Dec.  10,  1957].     [I960.]      [2] +2  p.     •  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60156 

1529  4596.  Radio  communications  between  amateur  stations  on  behalf  of  3d  parties, 

agreement  between  United  States  and  Paraguay,  effected  by  exchange  of 
notes  dated  Asuncifin  Aug.  31  and  Oct.  6,  1960;  [entered  Into  force 
Nov.  5,   I960].      [I960.]      [2]+4p.      [Spanish  and  English.]      'Paper, 

L.C.  card  61-60128 

1530  4598.  Surplus  agricultural  commodities,  agreement  between  United  States   and 

Iran,   amending  agreement   of  July   26,    1960,    as   amended,   effected   by 
exchange  of  notes  signed  Tehran  Oct.  20,  1900  ;  [entered  Into  force  Oct. 
20,1960].    [I960.]     [2]+3p.    •  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60157 

1531  4599.  Mutual  defense  assistance,  sale  of  certain  military  equipment,  materials, 

and  services,  agreement  between  United  States  and  Federal  Republic  of 
Germany,  amending  agreement  of  Oct.  8,  1956,  effected  by  exchange  of 
notes  signed  Washington  June  15  and  Oct.  24,  1960;  [entered  into  force 
Oct.  24,  I960].  [I960.]  [2]-f-4p.  [English  and  German.]  'Paper, 
5  c. 
L.C.  card  61-60205 

1532  4600.  Mutual  defense  assistance,  agreement  between  United  States  and  Luxem- 

bourg,  amending   annex  B  of   agreement  of   Jan.   27,    1950,   effected   by 
exchange  of  notes  signed  Luxembourg  Sept.  22,  and  Oct.  5,  1960  ;  [entered 
into  force  Oct.   5,  I960].      [I960.]      [2]-j-3   p.      [English   and  French.] 
•  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60158 


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1533  4601.  Economic  cooperation,  agreement  between  United  States  and  Burma,  sup- 

plementing agreement  of  Mar.  21,  1957,  as  amended,  effected  by  exchange 
of  notes  signed  Rangoon  June  29,   1960  ;    [entered  Into  force  June  29, 
I960].     [I960.]     [2]  4-5  p.    ♦  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60159 

1534  4602.  Defense,  loan  of  vessels  to  Peru,  agreement  between  United   States  and 

Peru,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes  signed  Lima  Feb.  12  and  26,  1960 ; 

[entered  into  force  Feb.  2G,  I960].      [I960.]      [2] +4  p.     [English  and 

Spanish.] 

L.C.  card  61-60206 

1535  4603.  Economic,    technical,    and   related    assistance,   agreement  between    United 

States  and  Guinea,  effected  by  exchange  of  notes,  signed  Conakry  Sept.  30, 
1960;  [entered  into  force  Sept.  30,  I960].     [I960.]      [2] +8  p.     [Eng- 
lish and  French.]     •  Paper,  10c. 
L.C.  card  61-60207 

1536  4604.  Surplus  agricultural  commodities,  agreement  between  United   States  and 

India,   amending  agreement  of  Sept.  26,   1958,   effected  by  exchange  of 
notes,   signed   New   Delhi  May    13  and  21,   1959 ;    [entered  into  force 
May  21,  1959].      [I960.]      [2] +2  p.     •  Paper,  5c. 
L  Cf.  card  61-60129 
637         4605.  Tracking  station,  agreement  between  United  States  and  Federation  of  Ni- 
geria, signed  Lagos  Oct.  19,  1960;   [entered  into  force  Oct.  19,  I960]. 
[I960.]      [2] +6  p.     'Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  61-60208 

1538  United  States  treaties  and  other  international  agreements:  v.  10,  pt.  3, 

1959.  [I960.]  v+2117-3187-l-xxxvii-xlvii  p.  large  8°  [Includes 
treaties  and  other  international  acts  series  4381-98.  Test  in  English 
and  other  languages.]     *  Cloth,  $7.00.     •  Item  899-A 

L.C.  card  53-60242  S  9.12 :  lO/pt.3 

SUBVERSIVE  ACTIVITIES  CONTROL  BOARD 

1539  lOth  annual  report,  Subversive  Activities  Control  Board,  fiscal  year  1960. 

1960.  v+11  p.     ♦  Paper,  15c.     •  Item  1079-A 

L.C.  card  52-60170  Y  3.Sn  1 : 1/960 

SUPPLIES   AND   ACCOUNTS    BUREAU    (Navy),    Defense    Dept. 

1540  Joint  travel  regulations,  Change  99;  Dec.  1,  1960.     [I960.]     2+ [40]  p.  4" 

[Processed.    Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     t  D  212.6 :  T  69/ch.99 

SUPREME  COURT 

1541  United  States  reports :  v.  362,  cases  adjudged  in  Supreme  Court,  Oct.  term, 

1959,  Feb.  29-May  23,  1960 ;  Walter  Wyatt,  reporter  of  decisions.     1960. 
lviii+638+[l] -1-901-1007  p.     [Also  issued  in  4  preliminary  prints,  each 
case  also  issued  separately.    Pages  between  638  and  901  purposely 
omitted.]     *  Cloth,  $5.25.     •  Item  741 
L.C.  card  1-26074  Ju  6.8 :  362 

1542    y.  363,  cases  adjudged  in  Supreme  Court  at  Oct.  term,  1959,  May  31- 

June  27,  1960;  Walter  Wyatt,  reporter  of  decisions.  1960.  xlviii4-721 
+  [1] +801-871  11.  p.  [Also  issued  in  4  preliminary  prints;  each  case 
also  issued  separately.  Pages  722-800  purposely  omitted  and  do  not 
indicate  omission  in  text.]     *  Cloth,  $4.00.     •  Item  741 

L.C.  card  17-25985  Ju  6.8 :  363 

TARIFF  COMMISSION 

1543  Binding  twines  (binder  and  baler  twines),  report  to  President  on  escape- 

clause  investigation  no.  7-90  under  sec.  7  of  Trade  agreements  extension 
act  of  1951,  as  amended.     Washington,  Dec.  1960.     cover  title,  [l]+65 
leaves,  il.  4°     ([TC  29268.])     [Processed.]     t 
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January  1961 

1544  Hard-fiber  cords  and  twines  (except  binding  twines),  report  to  the  Presi- 

dent on  escape-clause  investigation  no.   7-91  under   Sec.   7  of  Trade 
agreements  extension  act  of  1951,  as  amended.     Washington,  Dec.  1960. 
cover  title,   [l]+33  leaves,  4"     ([TC  29268A.])     [Processed.]     t 
L.C.  card  61-60186  TC  1.2 :  C  Sl/2 

Report,  2d  series. 

1545  206.   Synthetic    organic    chemicals,    United    States    production    and    sales,    1959, 

under  general  provisions  of  title  3,  pt.  2,  sec.  832  and  333  of  Tariflf  act 

of  1930.     1960.     vil-f-203  p.  4°     •Paper,  $1.00       •  Item  981 

L.C.  card  18-26799  TC  1.9  :  206 

1546  Spring  clothespins,  report  to  the  President  (1960)  under  Executive  order 

10401.     Washington,  Dec.  1960.     cover  title,  [3]-f23  leaves,  4°     ([TC 

29073.])      [Processed.]     t 

L.C.  card  61-60223  TC  1.2 :  C  62/960 

1547  Tariff  classification  study,  report  to  the  President  and  to  chairmen  of 

Committee  on  Ways  and  Means  of  House  and  Committee  on  Finance  of 
Senate,  pursuant  to  title  1  of  Customs  simplification  act  of  1954 ;  Nov. 
15,  1960 ;  Explanatory  and  background  materials,  schedule  1,  Animal 
and  vegetable  products.    1960.    xi-f484  p.  4°     ([Miscellaneous  series.]) 

*  Paper,  $2.25. 

L.C.  card  61-60221  TC  1.10 :  C  56/sch.l 

1548    Explanatory  and  background  materials,  schedule  2,  Wood  and  paper, 

printed    matter.     1960.     viii+301    p.    4°     ([Miscellaneous    series.]) 

*  Paper,  $1.50. 

L.C.  card  61-60221  TC  1.10 :  C  56/sch.2 

1549    Explanatory  and  background  materials,  schedule  3,  Textile  fibers 

and  textile  products.     1960.     x+620  p.  4°     ([Miscellaneous  series.]) 

*  Paper,  $3.25. 

L.C.  card  61-60221  TC  1.10 :  C  56/sch.3 

1550    Explanatory  and  background  materials,  schedule  4,  Chemicals  and 

related     products.     1960.     xi-f462     p.     4°     ([Miscellaneous     series.]) 

*  Pai>er,  $2.25. 

L.C.  card  61-60221  TC  1.10 :  C  56/sch.4 

1551    Explanatory   and   background   materials,    schedule    5,    Nonmetallic 

minerals  and  products.     1960.     x-1-406  p.  4°     ([Miscellaneous  series.]) 

*  Paper,  $2.00. 

L.C.  card  61-60221  TC  1.10 :  C  56/sch.5 

1552    Explanatory  and  background  materials,  schedule  6,  Metals  and  metal 

products.  1960.  xiii-)-903  p.  4°  ( [Miscellaneous  series.] )  *  Paper, 
$4.75. 

L.C.  "card  61-60221  TC  1.10 :  C  56/sch.6 

1553  Explanatory  and  background  materials,  schedule  7,  Specified  prod- 
ucts, miscellaneous  and  uonenumerated  products.  1960.  xiii-f  896  p. 
4°     ([Miscellaneous series.])     *  Paper,  $5.00. 

L.C.  card  61-60221  TC  1.10 :  C  56/sch.7 

1554  Explanatory  and  background  materials,  schedule  8,  Special  classifica- 
tion provisions  appendix  to  tariff  schedules.  1960.  viii+178  p.  4° 
( [Miscellaneous  series.] )     *  Paper,  $1.00. 

L.C.  card  61-60221  TC  1.10 :  C  56/sch.8 

1555    Proposed  revised  tariff  schedules  of  United  States.     1960.     xii+819 

p.  4°     ( [Miscellaneous  series.] )     *  Paper,  $4.25. 

L.C.  card  61-60221  TC  1.10 :  C  56/rp. 

1556    Submitting  report.     1960.     vi+SS   p.   4."     ([Miscellaneous   series.]) 

*  Paper,  35c. 

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Government  Publications 

TENNESSEE  VALLEY  AUTHORITY 

Forestry  bulletins.     (Division  of  Forestry  Relations.)      [Processed.]     t 

Y3.T25:18/(nos.) 

1557  88.  Forest  inventory  statistics  for  6-county  area  in  southeastern  Tennessee,  Brad- 

ley, Hamilton,  McMinn,  Meigs,  Monroe,  PoIIj.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title, 
[2] +16  p.  il.  4"  [Prepared  In  cooperation  with  Hiwassee  Land  Com- 
pany, Calhoun,  Tenn.  Supplement  1,  dated  Nov.  1960,  3  leaves  4°,  was 
Issued  also.] 

1558  89.  Forest  inventory   statistics   for   Houston   County,   Tenn.     Nov.    1960.     cover 

title,  [2] +  16  p.  11.  4° 

[Forestry  investigations,   technical  note.]      (Division  of  Forestry   Rela- 
tions.)     [Processed.]     t 

1559  33.  Effect  of  better  log  making  on  tree  value;   [by  Woodrow  W.  King].      [Dec. 

I960.]  [3]  p. +  7  leaves,  4°  (Forestry  Investigations  Branch.)  [Pre- 
pared in  cooperation  with  Hassell  and  Hughes  Lumber  Company,  Collin- 
wood,  Tenn.]  Y  3.T  25  :  24/33 

1560  Mean  precipitation  in  Tennessee  River  basin,  supplement  to  Precipitation 

in  Tennessee  River  basin  annual  1959.     [I960.]     [7] +  12  leaves  il.  15 
pi.  4°     ( Report  0-243A  ;  Division  of  Water  Control  Planning,  Hydraulic 
Data  Branch.)     [Processed.]     f 
L.C.  card  38-32755  Y  3.T  25 :  14/959-13/supp. 

TREASURY  DEPARTMENT 

Department  circular. 

1561  1056.  United  States  of  America  4  percent  treasury  bonds  of  1969,  dated  Oct.  1, 

1957,  with  interest  from  Dec.  15,  1960,  due  Oct.  1,  1969,  interest  pay- 
able Apr.  1  and  Oct.  1,  additional  issue.  Nov.  18,  I960.  4  p.  4<> 
(Fiscal  Service,  Bureau  of  Public  Debt.)      t      •  Item  924     T  1.4/2  :  1056 

1562  Remarlis  by  David  A.  Lindsay,  General  Counsel,  Treasury  Department, 

before  13th  annual  Federal  Tax  Conference  of  University  of  Chicago 
Law  School,  Chicago,  111.,  Oct.  28,  1960.  [I960.]  20  p.  4°  (A-970.) 
[Processed.]     t  T  1.31 :  L  64/2 

URBAN  RENEWAL  ADMINISTRATION,  Housing  and  Home 
Finance  Agency 

Technical  guide. 

1563  3.   Selecting  areas  for  conservation.      [Sept.   I960.]      [2] +  14  p.   11.   4°      (Urban 

Renewal    Service.)      [Issued    with    perforations.]      *  Paper,    15c.      •  Item 
584-D  HH  7.6/2  :  3 

VETERANS  ADMINISTRATION 

1564  Index  to  Veterans  Administration  publications.     Nov.   1,   1960.     x+llS 

p.  4"     [Cumulative.     Issued  with   perforations.     Supersedes   previous 

issues.]     t     •  Item  983 

L.C.  card  4&-54463  VA  1.20 :  960/2 

Information  bulletin  IB  (series). 

1565  5-155.  Personnel    information    bulletin    [articles].     Nov.    1060.     cover    title,    20 

p.  4"      (Office  of  Assistant  Administrator  for  Personnel.)      [Issued  with 
perforations.]      Z      ©Item   9S6-A  VA  1.22 :  5-155 

Medical  bulletin  MB   (series).     (Department  of  Medicine  &  Surgery.) 

1566  6.  Traucjuilizing  and  anti-depressant  drugs  [with  list  of  references  ;  by  Eugene  M 

Caifey,  jr.,  and  others].     Sept.  12,   1960.     18  p.  4"      [Issued  with  perfora- 
tions.]     ♦  Paper,  15c.      •  Item  987-A  VA  1.23/2:  6 

VA  pamphlet. 

1567  26-4.  Questions   &  answers  on   guaranteed  and  direct  loans  for  veterans.     Re- 

vised [edition].  Sept.  1960.  31  p.  il.  [Rescission,  VA  pamphlet  26-4, 
Aug.   1959.]      t      •  Item  988  VA  1.19  :  26-4 

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I 


January  1961 

WAGE  AND  HOUR  AND  PUBLIC  CONTRACTS  DIVISIONS, 
Labor  Dept. 

1568  Services  to  public  under  Fair  labor  standards  act   (Federal  wage-hour 

law).  Reprinted  Sept.  1960.  cover  title,  [8]  p.  il.  oblong  32°  [Text  on 
p.  2^  of  cover.]     t     •  Item  777  L22.2:Se6 

WEATHER  BUREAU,  Commerce  Dept. 

Climatic  summary  of  United  States,  supplement  for  1931-1952,  Climatog- 
raphy  of  United  States  11- (no.).  [Supplement  to  Climatic  summary 
United  States,  (Bulletin  W,  1930  edition).]     •  Item  273-B 

1569  16.  Michigan.      [I960.]      56  p.  11.  oblong  8"     [Known  errors  in  last  print  have 

been  corrected  in  this  reprint.]      •  Paper,  30c.  C  30.3/2  :  16 

15"0  Climatology  at  work,  measurements,  methods  and  machines  [with  list  of 
literature  cited]  ;  edited  by  Gerald  L.  Barger,  assisted  by  John  C.  Nyhan. 
Oct.  1960.  viii-f  109  p.  il.  4°  [Produced  at  National  Weather  Records 
Center,  Asheville,  N.C.,  with  support  of  Navy  and  A.F.  Air  Weather 
Service.]  *  Paper,  6oc.  •  Item  275 
L.C.  card  61-60118  C  30.2 :  C  61/2 

Key  to  meteorological  records  documentation. 

1571  2.210.  History  of  climatological  record  books,  summary  of  material  recorded  in 

cUmatological  record  books  maintained  at  first-order  Weather  Bureau 
stations,  1870  to  date;  [compiled  by  J.  H.  Hagerty].  Revised  Sept. 
1960.  1960.  10  p  4°  [Processed.]  •  Paper,  10c.  •  Item  275-C 
L.C.  card  61-60232  C  30.66/2  :  2.210/2 

1572  Sheet  of  National  atlas  of  United  States :  Mean  daily  maximum  tempera- 

ture ( °F.) ,  Jan. ;  prepared  by  Office  of  Climatology.     Scale  1 :  10,000,000 ; 
scale  1.9  in.=300  mi.     Edition  of  1960.     [I960.]     12  x  19  in.     [Proc- 
essed.    Subject  data  based  on  period  1931-52.     Albers  equal  area  pro- 
jection, standard  parallels  29^^°  and  45%°.]     *  Paper,  10c. 
Insets  :  Alaska — Hawaii. 

C  30.22/4  :  T  24/4 

1573    Mean  daily  minimum  temperature  (°F.),  July;  prepared  by  Office  of 

Climatology.  Scale  1:10,000,000;  scale  1.9  in.=300  mi.  Edition  of 
1960.  [I960.]  12  X  19  in.  [Processed.  Subject  data  based  on  period 
1931-52.  Albers  equal  area  projection,  standard  parallels  29%°  and 
451/2°.]     *  Paper,  10c. 

Insets  :  Alaska — Hawaii. 

C  30.22/4  :  T  24/5 
Technical  paper. 

1574  15.  Maximum  station  precipitation  for  1,  2,  3,  6,  12,  and  24  hours  :  pt.  25,  Arkan- 

sas.    1960.     ii-|-86    p.    il.    4»      (Division    of    Hydrologic    Services,    Hydro- 
meteorological    Section.)      [Prepared   In    cooperation   with   Corps  of  Engi- 
neers, Army.]      *  Paper,  50c.      •  Item  281 
L.C.  card  60-60850  C  30.28  :  15/pt.25 

WHITE  HOUSE  CONFERENCE  ON  AGING 

Note. — Public  law  908  of  the  85th  Congress,  2d  session,  approved  Sept.  2, 
1958,  provides  that  a  White  House  Conference  on  Aging  shall  be  called  by  the 
President  of  the  United  States  In  January  1961  in  order  to  develop  recommenda- 
tions for  further  research  and  action  in  the  field  of  aging.  The  law  assigns 
responsibility  for  the  planning  and  conduct  of  the  conference  to  the  Secretary 
of  Health,  Education,  and  Welfare  with  the  cooperation  of  other  Federal  de- 
partments and  agencies. 

1575  Special  report  WTiite  House  Conference  on  Aging,  Jan.  9-12,  1961,  Wash- 

ington, D.C.     [I960.]     24  p.  il.  4°     [Issued  by  Department  of  Health, 

Education,  and  Welfare.]     t     •  Item  1086 

L.C.  card  61-60237  Y  3.W  58/4  :  2  R  29 

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Government  Ptjblioations 

WOMEN'S  BUREAU,  Labor  Dept. 

Bulletins.     •  Item  781  Iil3.3:  (nos.) 

1576  274.  Training  opportunities  for  women  and  girls,  preemploymenf  courses,  initial 

training  programs;   [prepared  by  Jean  A.  Wells].     [I960.]     vl+64  p.  il. 
»  Paper,  30c. 
L.C.  card  L  61-9 

1577  276.  Today's  woman  In  tomorrow's  world,  report  of  conference  commemorating 

40th  anniversary  of  Women's  Bureau,  June  2  and  3,  1960  [Washington, 
D.C.].     [I960.]     xii+138p.  il.    *  Paper,  50c. 
L.C.  card  L  60-77 

Leaflet. 

1578  18.  What's  new  about  women  workers?  a  few  facts.     Reyised  1960.      [I960.] 

[8]   p.   narrow  8°      *  Paper,  5c.      •  Item  783  L  13.11  :  18/7 

1579  New  Jersey,  estimated  annual  and  weekly  cost  of  adequate  maintenance 

and  protection  of  health  of  woman  worker  living  alone  in  furnished 
room  and  eating  meals  in  restaurants  ;  Sept.  1958  Nov.  3, 1960.  2  leaves, 
4°     ([WB  61-129.])      [Processed.]     f  L  13.2 :  H  34/958 

1580  Summary  of  State  labor  laws  affecting  women :  Arizona ;  Nov.  1,  1960. 

[I960.]     3  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t  L  13.14 :  Ar  4i/960 

1581    Delaware;  Nov.  1,  1960.     [I960.]     4  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t 

L  13.14 :  D  37/960 

1582    District  of  Columbia ;  Nov.  1,  1960.     [I960.]    4  p.  4»     [Processed.]     t 

L  13.14 :  D  63/960 

1583    Illinois  ;  Nov.  1, 1960.    [I960.]    5  p.  4°    [Processed.]    f 

L  13.14 :  II 6/960 

1584    Massachusetts ;  Nov.  1,  1960.    [I960.]    8  p.  4°    [Processed.]    t 

L  13.14 :  M  38/960 

1585    North  Dakota ;  Nov.  1,  1960.     [I960.]     5  p.  4°     [Processed.]     f 

L  13.14 :  N  81d/960 

YARDS  AND  DOCKS  BUREAU  (Navy),  Defense  Dept. 

1586  Toxicity  of  chemicals  to  marine  borers-l,  T-R005-07-002,  type  C,  interim 

report,  June  29,  1960  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Harold  P.  Vind, 
Harry  Hochman.  [I960.]  [l]+ix+133  p.  il.  4°  (Naval  Civil  Engi- 
neering Laboratory,  Port  Hueneme,  Calif.)  *  Paper,  $2.75.  (PB 
161909).  D  209.2  :B  64/2 


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Index 

MONTHLY  CATALOG,  JANUARY  1961 


Note. — Entries  appear  in  this  Index  under  subjects  or  titles.  Bulletins,  circulars,  etc., 
having  no  specific  subjects  are  entered  under  the  issuing  office  only.  Index  citations  are  to 
entry  numbers  in  the  catalog. 

Entry 
Entry    Accountants,   examination   announce- 
ment     

Accounts    and    accounting,     uniform 
system  of  accounts  for  natural 

gas   companies 

Accredited  higher  institutions,  1960 

Acetylene,  chemistry,  Soviet  research, 

evaluation 

ACIC,    see    Aeronautical    Chart    and 

Information  Center. 
Acids : 

fermentation,    production,    proper- 
ties and  utilization,   technical 

literature  and  patents 

obtained  from  flue-cured  tobacco 

see  also  names  of  acids. 

Acreage-marketing    guides 

Acreage-marketing  guides,  what  they 

mean  to  potato  growers 

Adams   National    Historic    Site,    gen- 
eral   information 1347 

Additives : 

chemical,    in   food,    amendment   of 
1958,  views  of  USDA  (talk)__ 
use  in   meat  and   meat  food   prod- 
ucts, Meat  Inspection  Division 

responsibilities    (address) 

Addresses,  lectures,  etc. : 
by- 
Allen,   John  J.,   Jr 332,  334-335 

Armstrong,  Ellis  L 1450 

Arnow,    Philip 1182 

Barr,  Frank 1421 

Barrett,  Leonard  I 700 

Benson,  Ezra  T 74 

Breusike,  V.  John 26 

Bruns,    Franklin  R.,   jr 1416 

Burns,    Norman 1493 

Clarkson,  M.   R 54 

Drisko,    Melville  A 583 

Eckel,   E.  B 706 

Foote,   Irving 1330 

Forest,  H.  L 25,  37 

Glennan,  T.  Keith 1329 

Hoegh,  Leo  A 300,  306 

Lindsay,  David  A 1562 

McCone,  John  A 235 

Mitchell,  James  P 1163 

Morse,  True  D 68 

Mueller,   Frederick   C 331 

O'Connell,  James  T 1162 

Oeehsle,  Carl  F 333 

Ostrander,  Don  R 1247 

55 
24 
59 
60 
517 


A.A.L.,  see  Arctic  Aeromedical  Lab- 
oratory. 

A.C.I.C,  see  Aeronautical  Chart  and 
Information  Center. 

A.E.C.,  see  Atomic  Energy  Commis- 
sion. 

A.F.C.R.C.,  see  Air  Force  Cambridge 
Research  Center. 

A.M.S.    series 

A.R.S.  series 

AAL,  see  Arctic  Aeromedical  Labora- 
tory. 

ABC's  of  FHA 

Abietlc  acid,  use  in  solvent  extraction 
of  coals  at  atmospheric  pres- 
sure   

Ability,  systems  research,  opportu- 
nity and  challenge  for  measure- 
ment   research    psychologist — 

Abraham  Lincoln  Sesquicenteunial, 
1959-60,  final  report  of  Lin- 
coln Sesqulcentennlal  Commis- 
sion    

Absorption,  glucose,  changes  In  com- 
bined radiation  injuries,  USSR 
study  

Abstracts,  see  subjects. 

Academy  of  Medical  Sciences,  USSR 
activities  in  Presidium 

Academy  of  Sciences,  Kazakh  SSR, 
activity 

Academy  of  Sciences,  Latvian  SSR, 
electronic  computer,  symbolic 
programming 

Academy  of  Sciences,  Ukrainian  SSR, 
Department  of  Technical  Sci- 
ences Institutions,  research 
and  Introduction  plans  for 
1960 

Academy  of  Sciences,  USSR  : 

Department   of  Chemical   Sciences, 

session  held,  proceedings 

Institute  of  Oceanology.  Black  Sea 
Experimental  Scientific  Re- 
search Station,  jubilee  confer- 
ence report 

Siberian   Department  news 

Acceleration  : 

mechanism  of  predetonatlonal 
flame     propagation    In    rough 

tubes,  USSR  study 

pilot  tolerance  and  effects  on  pilot 

performance 

temperature-schedule     control     for 
turbojet  engine,  investigation- 
turbojet  engine,  regulating  control, 
experimental     and     analytical 
investigation 

Accidents,  injury-producing  occur- 
rences In  water-supply  utili- 
ties   

see  also  Aircraft  accidents — Rail- 
road accidents. 


15-21 
43-50 


515 
1230 

1193 

886 

810 
1051 

841 

1020 
943 


777 
1038 


912 
1288 
1265 

1264 

1169 


312 


529 

450 


25i 


49 
50 


11 
18 


54 


55 


Pals,   C.   H 

Pettus,  David  M 

Popham,  W.  L 

Schwartz,     Benjamin 

Seaver,  E.  Robert 

Summerfleld.  Arthur  E 1420 

Unander,  Sigfrld  B 518 

Walter,  L.  Rohe 1415 

Wells,    Oris   V 13 

Williams,  D.  A 1472 

Wilson,  Ralph  E 519 

Wrather,  Stephen  B 39 


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Index 


Entry 

Addresses,  lectures,  etc. — Continued 
by — continued 

Yu    I-ch'uan 1072 

Federal  Maritime  Board,  Maritime 

Administration,   series 517-519 

National  Committee  of  Chinese 
People's  Political  Consultative 

Conference    971 

National  People's  Congress,  Com- 
munist China 856,  1007,  1112 

satellites     and     space     operations 

problems 1369 

Adhesives,  metal-to-metal  bonding 
and  honeycomb  bonded  struc- 
tures,   inspection 580 

Adjustment    Board,     National     Rail- 
road,   gee    National    Railroad 
Adjustment  Board. 
Adjutant  General's  Office,  PRB  tech- 
nical research  note 2 

Administrative  management : 

director  committees  of  farmer  co- 
operatives         490 

Government  personnel  system, 
guide  for  executives  and  super- 
visors         323 

management  aids  for  small  manu- 
facturers       1465 

personnel    information    bulletin   of 

VA 15G5 

personnel  management  series 323 

small     plants,     scientific     research 

and  development 1465 

Admiralty,  and  shipping  laws,  im- 
pact of  nuclear  propulsion  of 

ships   (address) 517 

Adsorption,  recombination  of  hydro- 
gen   atom    in   adsorbed   layer, 

USSR  study 925 

Advisory      committees,      organization 

and  effective  use 461 

AEC,  see  Atomic  Energy  Commission. 
Aeration,   grain   in   commercial    stor- 
ages    89 

Aerial  mapping,  photogrammetric 
procedures,  planlmetric  map 
compilation   with    trimetrogon 

photographs 711 

Aerial  photography  : 

estimating  tree  diameters  of  Ari- 
zona ponderosa  pine 691 

Interdepartmental  Commission  on 
Aerial      Surveying,     USSR 

study   776 

Aerodynamic  heating,  radiant  heater 

to  simulate  in  wind  tunnel —  1306 
Aerodynamics,  conical  bodies  support- 
ing elliptic  conical  shock  waves 
at  finite  angles  of  incidence, 
numerical  calculation  of  super- 
sonic  perfect-gas  flow 1291 

see    also    Flow — Heat     transfer — 
Helicopters — Stability    of    air- 
craft. 
Aeroelasticity,   flutter   status   of  flat 

and   curved   panels 1275 

Aeronautical  Chart  and  Information 

Center,  technical  report 105 

Aeronautical  research  scientist,  exam- 
ination  announcement 321 

Aeronautics  : 

lair  service  laws.  Army  Postal  and 

Navy,  compilation 344 

cardiology  in  aviation,  1st  interna- 
tional   symposium 129 

civil  aeronautics  manuals 494—498 

civil  air  regulations,  special  regula- 
tions         504 

Federal     aviation     act     of     1958, 

amend,  hearings 393 

see  also  certain  headings  beginning 
Air. 
Aerosols : 

natural,    results   of    research    over 

various  regions  of  USSR 910 


Entry 
Aerosols — Continued 

turbulent  diflFusion  theory,  hypoth- 
esis of  quasi-stationary  surface 
layer  in  boundary  layer  of  at- 
mosphere, USSR  study 932 

AFCRC,  see  Air  Force  Cambridge  Re- 
search Center. 

Africa,   African   series 1483 

Africans,  workers,  conspiracies  of 
I.F.F.T.U.     against     Egyptian 

study 1008 

Afterbodies  : 

cylindrical   with   extended   nozzles, 

effects  of  jets  on  base  drag —     1279 
exhaust-nozzle  combinations,  effect 
of  base  bleed  and  terminal  fair- 
ings   on   performance 1309 

modifications,  effects  on  aerody- 
namic characteristics  of  body 
with  and  without  vertical  tail 

at  Mach  no.  of  2.01 1277 

twin-jet,  boattail  and  base  pres- 
sures at  Mach  no.  1.91 1260 

Afterburners,  high-temperature,  alti- 
tude performance  investiga- 
tion       1255 

Age,  effects  on  arterial  pressure-vol- 
ume curve  of  human  extremity 

measured   in  vivo 122 

Aged : 

employment  barriers,  etc.,  research 
problems  and  programs  (state- 
ment)       1163 

White  House  Conference  on  Aging, 
Jan.  1961  significance,  pur- 
pose, etc 1575 

Agricultural   commodities,    see   Agri- 
cultural products. 
Agricultural    conservation     program, 

handbooks 3-10 

Agricultural   economics,    see  Agricul- 
ture. 
Agricultural    implements,    see    Farm 

implements  and  machinery. 
Agricultural  machinery,  see  Farm  im- 
plements and  machinery. 
Agricultural  Marketing  Service : 

AMS  series 15-21 

service  and  regulatory  announce- 
ments          38 

Agricultural  outlook,  see  Agriculture. 
Agricultural  products : 
foreign  trade — 

exports,  fact  sheet,  1960 593 

imports,  fact  sheet,  1960 594 

outlook  charts,  1961 587 

United  States,  1959-60 586 

United    States    market    in    Ger- 
many         592 

marketing  bulletins 87-88 

marketing  research  reports 89-95 

perishable  produce  shipping  con- 
tainers    afforded     protection, 

determination 128 

production  research  reports 99-100 

retail  stores,  packaging  and  price- 
marking  produce 87 

surplus  commodities  agreement 
with — 

Burma 1521 

Ceylon 1511 

Chile 1495 

China 1498,  1500 

India 1509,  1536 

Iran 1525, 1530 

Italy 1513 

Pakistan 1514 

Republic  of  Korea 1507 

United  Arab  Republic 1510 

vegetable,  tariff  classification  study, 
explanatory     and    background 

materials 1547 

see  olso  names  or  classes  of  prod- 
ucts. 


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Entry 
Agricultural  Research  Service : 

ARS  series 43-50 

ARS-SCS  workshop  on  hydraulics 
of  surface  irrigation,  proceed- 
ings   45 

picture  sheet O' 

Agricultural  supplies,  Federal  supply 

schedule 554 

Agriculture: 

agriculture  handbooks 61-b4 

agriculture  information  bulletins —  65-67 
chemicals,    responsibilities   for   use 

(talk) 59 

Communist  China — 

agricultural    policy 875 

baisic  ideology 825 

internal  relationship  between  in- 
dustrial and  agricultural  pro- 
duction         )855 

scientific  research,  development 
during         struggle         against 

drought 899 

tax  work  during  last  10  years 814 

cooperative      program      agreement 

with    Brazil 1520 

Fiji    economy 584 

Foreign  Agricultural  Service,  mis- 
cellaneous FAS-M  series 584-585 

foreign  trade  outlook  charts,  1961-       587 
labor,    hygience    of    persons    when 
using    insecticide     heptachlor, 

USSR  study 888 

Mongolian  People's  Republic,  so- 
cialist   transformation,    USSR 

study 978 

National  Agricultural  Advisory 
Committee,  report  to  the  Pres- 
ident       1422 

Ohio  statistics 34 

outlook  (summary  of  comments) —  13 

outlook  charts,  19G1 12 

water  requirements  estimated,  re- 
port         408 

see   also    Farmers'    cooperative   or- 
ganizations-— also  headings  be- 
ginning Agricultural. 
Agriculture  Department : 

institutional  meat  purchase  specifi- 
cations approved — fresh  beef_  27 

fresh  lamb  and  mutton 28 

fresh    pork 29 

fresh  veal  and  calf 30 

general    requirements 81 

leaflets 78-86 

library,  list   (series) 104 

marketing  bulletins 87-88 

marketing  research  reports 89-95 

miscellaneous   publications 96-97 

production  research  reports 99-100 

statistical  bulletins 101-102 

technical    bulletin 103 

views  on  food  additives  amendment 

of  1958  (talk) 54 

Agriculture  Department  Library,  So- 
viet scientific  periodicals  re- 
ceived         104 

AIB  series 65-67 

Aids  to  navigation,  see  Navigation. 
Air  : 

fission  product  radioactivity  meas- 
urements along  80th  meridian, 

1959 1404 

resistance,    dependence    of    secular 

variations  of  orbit  elements —     1324 
see  also  Air  pollution — Atmosphere. 
Air  almanacs,  see  Almanacs. 

Air  attack  on  forest  fires 65 

Air  blasts,  Operation  Plumbob,  instru- 
mentation of  structures 232 

Air  carriers : 

commercial  air  service,  etc.,  laws, 

compilation 349 


Entry 

Air  carriers — Continued 

consolidation,  merger,  etc.,  elimi- 
nate      hearing       requirement, 

hearings    393 

economic  regulation  violations, 
CAB  to  Impose  civil  penalties, 

hearings    393 

Federal     aviation     act     of     1958, 

amend,    hearings 393 

general  operation  rules,  civil  aero- 
nautics  manual 496 

loans  for  cargo  aircraft,  guarantee, 

hearings    390 

passenger  tickets,  prohibit  pur- 
chase by  brokers,  hearings 393 

transatlantic    charter    trips,    CAB 

regulations 299 

transport  services  agreement  with 

Italy 1497 

Air   conditioning,  mechanical   design, 

engineering  manual 481 

Air  ejectors,  full  scale  aircraft,  with 
various  spacing  ratios  and  cor- 
relation with  small-scale  tests, 

flight  Investigation 1253 

Air  Force : 

airman  morale,  dimensions 143 

communications-electronics         doc- 
trine, manual 115-116 

flight  planning  document,  revi- 
sions     135-137 

newspicture   guide,   pamphlet 120 

Soviet,  materials  on,  translations —     1041 
supply    and/or    maintenance.    Air 

Force  manuals 110-114 

Air  Force  Cambridge  Research  Cen- 
ter : 
Geophysics    Research    Directorate, 

surveys   in   geophysics 121 

technical    notes 106—7 

technical  report 108 

Air  Force  Department : 

ACIC  technical  report 105 

AFCRC  technical  notes 106-7 

AFCRC  technical  report 108 

Air  Force  manuals 109-117 

Air   Force  pamphlets 118-120 

Geophysics    Research    Directorate, 

survevs  in  geophysics 121 

RADC  technical  note 133 

RADC   technical   report 134 

WADC  technical  reports 138-142 

WADD   technical   notes 143-144 

Air  Force  installations,  see  Installa- 
tions (military). 
Air  inlets  (aircraft)  : 

double-ramp   side.   Investigation 1258 

flow  distortions,  factors  control- 
ling        1263 

ramp-type  side-ducted,  effect  of 
fuselage  and  inlet  throat 
boundary     layer     removal    on 

performance 1262 

two-dimensional  double-shock,  eval- 
uation at  supersonic  speeds  of 
twin-duct   side-intake   system-     1256 

viscous    flows 1252 

Air    mail,    air    postal    service    laws, 

compilation 344 

Air  pilots,  see  Aviators. 
Air  pollution  : 

atmospheric  emissions  from  petro- 
leum   refineries,    measurement 

and  control  guide 1431 

research,  national  goals,  report 1445 

toxic  substances,  chemical  methods 

for  determining,   USSR 1039 

Air  raid  shelters  : 

atom    bomb    shelter    construction 

plan 168 

blastproof,    specifications 169 

family  protection,  wood   designs —       305 


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Entry 

Air  raid  shelters — Continued 

reconditioning  of  protective  bunk- 
ers— 
consolidation    work,    provisional 

specifications 173 

electric  high-  and  low-current 
systems  installations,  provi- 
sional   specifications 172 

radiationproof,    specifications 170 

ventilating    systems 171 

water   supply   and   dewatering —        174 
Air  Research  and  Development  Com- 
mand,    professional     develop- 
ment and   training   opportuni- 
ties            181 

Air  service,  see  Air  carriers. 
Air  speed : 

supersonic,  airplanes  flying  produce 
flow  fields,  experimental  and 
calculated 1316 

transonic     and     supersonic,     span 

loadings  due  to  wing  twist 1274 

unswept-wlng-fiisolage  combination, 
effect  of  leading-edge  droop  on 
aerodynamic  and  loading  char- 
acteristics       1267 

Air  traflSc : 

activities  at  control  facilities 493 

activity,    Federal    airways    system, 

summary  1960 499 

control    facility     operation,     ATM 

manual    145 

rules — 

civil  aeronautics  manual,  supple- 
ments     497-498 

special  civil  air  regulation 504 

Air     Traffic      Management      Bureau, 

manual    145 

Air  transportation,  see  Air  carriers — ■ 

Transportation — Travel. 
Air  University  : 

research  and  special  studies  prog- 
ress report,  Jan.  1,  1960 132 

School  of  Aviation  Medicine,  pub- 
lications     122-126 

Aircraft : 

air  movement  of  troops  and  equip- 
ment, technical  manual 165 

cargo,  loan  guarantee,  hearings 390 

civil,  flight  plans  for  flight  over 
Cuba,  special  civil  air  regula- 
tion          504 

controller,  side-located,  operating 
characteristics,  determination 
by  use  of  ground  simulator 12S0 

ducted-fan,    parameters   related    to 

stability  and   control 1315 

FAA  airworthiness  directive,  regu- 
lations of  administrator,  re- 
vised   pages 502 

fire  extinguishing  agents.  Installa- 
tion and  operation  of  concen- 
tiatlon  recorder 1456 

fuel,  etc.,  emergency  sales  to  owner, 

hearings    393 

import,  and  related  products,  cer- 
tification and  approval,  civil 
aeronautics    manual 494 

materials,    fatigue    damage    under 

varying  stress  amplitudes 1320 

metal-to-metal  bonding  and  honey- 
comb bonded  structures,  in- 
spection         580 

reinforced  plastics,  military  hand- 
book         439 

runways,  foam-covered,  fuel- 
Ignition-suppression  capability 
studies 1392 

supersonic  with  forebody  strakes 
for  improving  directional  sta- 
bility, wind-tunnel  investiga- 
tion at  Mach  No.  of  2.01 1282 

VTOL,    tilt-duct,    flight    study    of 

conversion   maneuver 1294 


Entry 
Aircraft — Continued 

666    also    Airplanes — Helicopters — 
also   names  of  aircraft  parts, 
e.g.  Wings  (aircraft). 
Aircraft   accidents,    investigation   re- 
ports     297-298 

Aircraft  fuel,  see  Motor  fuel. 
Airfields,  see  Aviation  fields. 
Airframes,  structures,  fabrication  of 
beryllium    sheet    to    meet    re- 
quirements           142 

Airmen,  morale,  dimensions 143 

Airplanes  : 

air  attack  on  forest  flres 65 

canard  configurations  at  Mach  nos. 
1.41  and  2.01— 
effects  of  canard  surface  size  on 
stability    and    control    charac- 
teristics          1276 

longitudinal  and  lateral  stability 

and  control  characteristics 1269 

flying  at  supersonic  speeds  produce 
flow   fields,    experimental    and 

calculated 1316 

45°  swept  wing-fuselage  combina- 
tion effects  of  external  store- 
pylon  configuration  and  posi- 
tion on  aerodynamic  character- 
istics at  Mach  no.  of  1.61 1283 

patrol    bomber    tee-tail,    transonic 

flutter   investigation 1270 

rocket-propelled  model,  low  52.5° 
delta  wing  and  unswept  hori- 
zontal tail,  aerodynamic  char- 
acteristics     over      Mach      no. 

range  of  1.40  to  2.78 1278 

tail-wing-fuselage  combinations. 
North  American  X-15,  low- 
speed  stability  and  control 
characteristics,  Investigation-  1272 
transport,  wings,  fatigue  tests 
with    constant    and    variable 

amplitude  loading  schedules 1313 

trapezoidal-wing  model,  effects  of 
vertical  location  of  wing  and 
horizontal  tail  on  static  lat- 
eral and  directional  stability 
at  Mach  nos.  of  1.41  and  2.01_  1284 
VTOL  four-propeller  deflected  slip- 
stream model,  longitudinal 
aerodynamic  characteristics, 
including     effects     of     ground 

proximity    1286 

see  also  Aircraft. 
Airports  : 

general  aviation,  for  use  as  ad- 
ministration   buildings 489 

special  traffic  rules,  regulations  of 

FAA  administrator 503 

see  also  Air  traffic. 
Airstrips,  see  Runways  (aeronautics). 
Airways,   FAA  air  traffic  activity, 

summary  1960 499 

Airworthiness,  see  Aircraft. 

Alabama,  electric  rate  book 522 

Alaska  : 

fecundity  of  red  salmon  at  Brooks 

and    Karluk    Lakes 566 

Income,   supplement    to    Survey   of 

current    business 256 

military  personnel  of  U.S.  Army 
ordered   to,   helpful  hints,  DA 

pamphlet 152 

mineral  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1199 

mineral  lands  for  homesteaders, 
quitclaim  oil   and  gas  rights, 

hearings 388 

water  resources,  report 414 

Alaskan  Air  Command,  Arctic  Aero- 
medical  Laboratory,  technical 
notes 127-128 


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Albania : 

ecououiic  and  military  reports 945 

governmental  and  provincial  party 
personnel,  biographic  data, 
etc.,    list 1149 

Alcohol,  tax-free,  distribution  and 
use,  code  of  Federal  regula- 
tions         746 

Alcoholism,  chronic  condition  in  pa- 
tients, antitoxic  function  of 
liver  during  periods  of  acute 
intoxication  and  of  abstinence 
from  alcohol,  USSR  study 920 

Alkaloids,  rauwolfia,  effect  on  renal 
hemodynamics  in  hypertension, 
USSR  study 955 

All-Unlon  : 

Note — For  headings  be- 
ginning All-Union,  see 
Union  of  Soviet  Socialist 
Republics. 

Allegheny  Airlines,  Inc.,  accident 297 

AUovs,  see  names  of  metals,  etc. 

Almanacs,  air,   1961 1364 

Alpha  decay,  natural  alpha  radioac- 
tivity in  medium-heavy  ele- 
ments        208 

Altimeters,  errors  during  landing-ap- 
proach and  take-off  opera- 
tions       1296 

Altitude : 

high,  electrocardiographic  and  vec- 
torcardiographic  observations 
in  newborn,  infants,  and  chil- 
dren        124 

intermittent  exposure,  influence  on 

organ  histology 125 

performance  investigation  of  high- 
temperature    afterburner 1255 

Alumina,  viscosity  data  from  lime 
soda  sinter  slurries,  method 
for  evaluating 1236 

Aluminum,  alloy  tension  panels,  fa- 
tigue-crack  propagation 1310 

American  nationals,  claims  against 
Poland,  settlement  agreement, 
text 597 

American  workers  fact  book 1161 

AMG,  see  Acreage-marketing  guides. 

Aminotrate  phosphate,  effect  on  tone 
of  large  arterial  vessels  in  pa- 
tients with  angina  pectoris  ac- 
cording to  rate  of  propagation 
of  pulse  wave 916 

Ammonia,      liquid,      physico-chemical 

properties,  bibliography 217 

Amphipods,  pelagic,  genus  Parathe- 
misto  in  North  Pacific  and 
Arctic    Ocean 13-15 

Amplifiers : 

low  noise,  for  use  with  solid  state 

detectors 222 

magnetic  amplifier  circuits 138 

Amplitude-probability       distributions 

for  atmospheric  radio  noise 1338 

Anatomy,  Navy  Hospital  Corps  hand- 
book      1194 

Angina  pectoris,  see  Heart  disease. 

Angular  correlations,  measurements, 
source  and  detector  correc- 
tions       1384 

Animal  Industry,  see  Livestock. 

Animal  products,  tariff  classification 
study,  explanatory  and  back- 
ground materials 1547 

Antarctica : 

atmospheric   radioactivity 1403 

operations,    agreement    with    New 

Zealand 1524 

Antennas  : 

parasitic  spiral  arrays 1395 

spiral-grating   array 1396 


Entry 
Antofagasta,  Chile,  weather  stations, 

agreement  with  Chile 1519 

Ants,  fire,  illustrated  key  to  species 56 

Aortic  stenosis,  see  Stenosis. 
Aortic  thrombosis,  see  Thrombosis. 
Apples,  commercial,  production  by  va- 
rieties,    19G0     with     compari- 
sons   22 

Appointments,   see  names  of  depart- 
ments, etc. 
Apprentices  : 

apprenticeship  and  training  repre- 
sentative, examination  an- 
nouncement         310 

sheet  metal  industry,  national  ap- 
prenticeship      and       training 

standards 146 

Aquariums,  National  Aquarium,  gen- 
eral  information 561 

Aquatic  life,  see  Fish  and  fisheries. 
Arabs,       workers,       conspiracies      of 
I.F.F.T.U.    against,     Egyptian 

study 1008 

Aral  Sea.   major  scientific  works  on, 

USSR  study 773 

Archeology,     Hokkaido,    Japan,    cul- 
tural   sequences 1346 

Architecture  : 

Communist   China 859 

miscellaneous,  engineering  and  de- 
sign  manual 479 

Arctic  Aeromedical  Laboratory,  tech- 
nical   notes 127-128 

Arctic  Ocean,  pelagic  amphipod  genus 
Parathemisto,  role  in  economy 

of    sea 1343 

ARDC,  see  Air  Research  and  Develop- 
ment Command. 
Arden  House  Conference  on  Tubercu- 
losis,   recommendations,    sum- 
mary,   etc 1430 

Area  development  aids 237 

Area   trend   series 237 

Arizona : 

highways,  need  for  long-range  plan- 
ning   (text  of   address) 335 

ponderosa  pine,  estimating  tree 
diameters  from  aerial  photo- 
graphs         691 

women,  labor  laws,  summary 1580 

Arkansas,  precipitation,  maximum  for 

24  hours  and  under 1574 

Arkansas,   White,    Red   Basins   Inter- 
Agency  Committee,  meeting 1243 

Armaments,  see  Munitions. 
Armed  Forces  : 

air  movement  of  troops,  technical 

manual 165 

foreign  countries,  uniforms,  insig- 
nia and  organization 147 

unified  action,  principles,  doctrines, 

etc.,  governing 759 

Armed  Forces  Industrial  College,  see 
Industrial  College  of  Armed 
Forces. 
Armed  Forces  Information  and  Ed- 
ucation Office,  DOD  pam- 
phlets   147-148 

Army  : 

air  service  laws,   compilation 344 

installations    and    major   activities 

in   continental    U.S.,    list 158 

Judge  Advocate  legal  service,  pam- 
phlets   154-156 

military  personnel  ordered  to — 

Alaska,  helpful  hints,  pamphlet.       151 
Caribbean    area,    helpful    hints, 

pamphlet 153 

mission   agreement,   Costa   Rica 1528 

procurement  legal  service,  pam- 
phlet        162 


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Army — Continued 

procurement  procedure 149 

research  and  development,  news- 
magazine         150 

Army  Chemical  Center,  Md.,  Chem- 
ical      Warfare       Laboratories 

CWL  special   publications 292 

Army  Department : 

field  manual 151 

pamphlets 152-1C2 

technical  manuals 163—165 

Arrhythmias,  auricular,  analysis  with 
electrocardiographic       method, 

USSR  study 961 

ARS,  see  Agriculture  Research  Serv- 
ice. 

ARS   series 43-50 

Art: 

Communist  China,  development, 
achievements,        etc.,        under 

socialism 828 

ethnic  minorities,  North  Vietnam 870 

Artamonov,  Nikolai  F.,  testimony 380 

Arteries  : 

large,  effect  of  nitranol  on  tone  in 
patients  with  angina  pectoris 
according  to  rate  of  propaga- 
tion of  pulse  wave 916 

pressure-volume  curve  of  human 
extremity  measured  in  vivo, 
effects  of  age,  arteriosclerosis, 
and     oral     unsaturated     fatty 

acids    122 

Arteriosclerosis,  effects  on  arterial 
pressure-volume  curve  of  hu- 
man   extremity    measured     In 

vivo 122 

Artificial  satellites,  see  Satellites. 
Asbestos,  production,  etc.,  1960,  pre- 
liminary  report 1227 

Asheville,    N.C.,    centralized    weather 

activity,  scope,  functions,  etc_     1570 
Asia : 

health  Information  for  travelers 1437 

southern,  southeastern,  and  east- 
ern. United  States  trade 650 

Aspect-ratio,  see  Wings  (aircraft). 
Assets  and  liabilities,  see  EanJss  and 

banking. 
Assistance,  see  Public  assistance. 
Associations,       see      Trade      associa- 
tions— also  subject  with  which 
association  has  to  do. 
Astronautics,  laughter  and  sin,  USSR 

article    817 

Astronomy  : 

Soviet,    contribution 097 

television  technique,  USSR 996 

see  also  Radio  astronomy. 

ASW,   anti-submarine   warfare 1365 

Aswan  Dam,  Egypt's  water  supply 1044 

Atheism,    art,    use    for    propaganda, 

USSR  study 1030 

Atherosclerosis,     aortic     thrombosis, 

USSR  study 851 

Atlantic  Ocean  : 

data    on    quantitative    distribution 

of  bottom  fauna,  USSR  study-       982 

Franco-British  fishing  grounds 1099 

middle,  chemical  composition  and 
laboratory    fillet    yield    of    13 

species 563 

middle,  seasonal  variations  of 
physical     characteristics     and 

chemical   composition 563 

south,  chemical  composition  and 
laboratory    fillet    yield    of    13 

species 563 

Atlantic  States  : 

north  Atlantic  slope  basins — 

Maine    to    Connecticut,    surface 

water   supply 717 

New  Tork  to  York  River,  surface 

water 713 

surface  waters,  quality 715 


Entry 
Atlases : 

copyrighted.  Jan.-June  1960 429 

national    atlas    of    United    States, 

separate   sheets 1572-73 

ATM   manual 145 

Atmosphere  : 

boundary  layer,  hypothesis  of 
quasi-stationary  surface  layer 
In  turbulent  diffusion  theory 
of  heavy  aerosol,  USSR  study.  932 
emissions  from  petroleum  refineries, 
measurement       and       control 

guide   1431 

infrared    transmission 1375 

near  earth's  surface,  energy  distri- 
bution  of   gamma-ray   quanta, 

USSR  study 909 

problems     of    general     circulation, 

USSR  scientific  conference 778 

purification  and  control  on  nuclear- 
powered  submarines,  status  of 

chemical   research 1378 

radioactivity — 

South  America  and  Antarctica 1403 

space  and  time  variations,  USSR 

study 1002 

resistance,   perturbations   of  orbits 

of  artificial  satellites 1323 

sun   relationship   changes,    possible 

cause,  USSR  study 970 

surface  layer,  influence  on  diffusion 
of  heavy  homogeneous  admix- 
ture from  high   instantaneous 

point  source,  USSR  study 1001 

turbulence,  use  of  radioactive  iso- 
topes for  determination,  USSR 

study 979 

Atmospheric  pressure : 

low,  influence  on  organ  histology 125 

solvent     extraction     of     coals     by 

abietic    acid 1230 

Atomic  bombs,  see  Atomic  warfare. 
Atomic  debris,  see  Nuclear  explosions. 
Atomic  energy  : 

application   and    effects    on    water 

supply    422 

energy  distribution  of  gamma  ray 
quanta  in  atmospheric  layer 
near     earth's    surface,     USSR 

study 909 

literature,  bibliographies  issued  or 

in  progress,   Aug.-Sept.   1960_       215 
nuclear  age,  opportunities  and  re- 
sponsibilities   of    earth    scien- 
tists         706 

peaceful  uses — 

international    policies    and    pro- 
grames     of     US.,     background 

material 342 

USSR  conferences  on 1050 

Atomic  Energy  Commission  : 

AEC-EURATOM  conference  on 
aqueous    corrosion    of    reactor 

materials,  papers 227 

Biology     and     Medicine     Division, 

marine  sciences  research 218 

conference  on  status  of  radiation 
effects  research  on  structural 
materials  and  implications  to 

reactor  design,   papers 228 

laboratories,  future  role,  report 339 

research    reports 167-234 

report    number    series    used    by 

OTI  in  cataloging  reports 213 

Atomic     Energy     Joint     Committee, 

hearings,   etc 339-342 

Atomic  warfare : 

atom    bomb    shelter,    construction 

plan 168 

rules  of   conduct   In   contaminated 

area,  USSR  study 974 

Atomic  weapons,  see  Weapons. 


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Entry 
Attenuation,     rocket     measurements, 
reevaluation       of      ionosphere 
electron  densities  and  collision 

frequencies 1304 

Attorney  General,  see  Justice  Depart- 
ment. 
Attorneys,  see  Lawyers. 
Audiologic   findings   in   unusual  case 

of  8th  nerve  lesion 126 

Auditing,  standard  method  versus  ob- 
servation technique  for  meas- 
uring retail  movement  of  fresh 

produce 16 

Auditors,  examination  announcement-       312 
Auricular    febrillation,    see    Arrhyth- 
mias. 
Auricular  flutter,  see  Arrhythmias. 
Austenite,   A-286,   Discaloy   and    16- 
25-6     steels,     thermal-fatigue 
crack     growth    characteristics 
and  mechanical  strain  cycling 

behavior   1299 

Australia  : 

health  information  for  travelers 1437 

Import  tariff  system 645 

mutual  weapons  development  pro- 
gram,  agreement 1301 

southeast  coast,  sailing  directions-       733 
Automatic-differentiation        program, 

for  BESM  computer,  USSR—       90S 
Automation  : 

and  governmental  policy  (ad- 
dress)         1162 

office.   Federal  Government 1184 

sizing  and  packaging  eggs 92 

Aviation,  see  Aeronautics. 
Aviation  fields,  pavements,  evaluation 
concepts,   engineering  and   de- 
sign manual 478 

Aviation  medicine,  see  Medicine. 
Aviators : 

airline   transport  pilot    (airplane), 

examination    guide 579 

pilot  and  instructor  certificates, 
requirement,  civil  air  regula- 
tion           495 

Awards  (arbitration)  : 

National       Railroad      Adjustment 

Board 1356-57 

B 

Bachelor's  degrees,  see  Degrees   (col- 
leges, universities,  etc.). 
Bacteria  and  bacteriology,  electropho- 
retic  studies  on  detection  and 

identification    1394 

Baggage,  leather,  census  of  manufac- 
tures, 1958,  industry  report 277 

Balance  of  payments,  U.S.,  1959-60-       536 
Baler  twine,  see  Twine. 
Ballistocardiogrraphy  : 

analysis  of  time  interrelation- 
ships, USSR  study 962 

direct  rate,  analysis  of  time  rela- 
tionships,   USSR    study S50 

tlphen  effect  on  patients  suffering 
from     coronary     Insufficiency, 

USSR  study 919 

Balsam  fir,  see  Fir. 
Baltic  Sea: 

lights  and  fog  signals,  list 735 

sailing    directions 729 

Bandelier  National  Monument,  gen- 
eral   information 134S 

Bangs  disease,  see  Brucellosis. 

Bankruptcy,  laws,  compilation 345 

Banks  and  banking : 

assets    and    liabilities,    commercial 

and  mutual  savings  banks 511 

foreign    operations    under    Federal 

reserve  act,  regulations 533 


Entry 
Banks  and  banking— Continued 

interlocking      directorates      under 

Clayton   act,    regulations 534 

see    also    Federal    reserve    member 
banks — also    names    of    banks 
or  places  where  located. 
Barite,    production,    etc.,    1960,    pre- 
liminary  report 1226 

Bark  beetles,  see  Beetles. 
Battlefields,    see  names  of  battles  or 

battlefields. 
Beach   erosion,    see   names   of   locali- 
ties. 
Beach  Erosion  Board,  technical  mem- 
orandum           487 

Beams,  see  Electron  beams. 

Beans,  see  Castor-beans. 

Bear    River   Migratory   Bird    Refuge, 

birds,  general  information 575 

Beef: 

dual  grading  system   (remarks) 24 

purchase      specifications      require- 
ments approved  by  USDA 27 

U.S.     grades 88 

Beetles : 
bark — 

control,  protect  your  pines 694 

ponderosa   pine  cutting   methods 

in  relation  to  mortality 687 

California  stored  grain,  illustrated 

key  to   species 56 

elm  leaf,  general  information 79 

IPS,  control  with  lindane 681 

Japanese,    control 72 

mountain   pine,   relationship  of  di- 
ameter to  height  of  attack  in 

lodgepole    pine 668 

Behavior,  see  Group  behavior. 
Belgium,    livestock   feeding   and   feed 

industry    553 

Berlin,     Germany,     West,     preparing 

shipments    to 640 

Beryl,    Utah,    soil    survey    of    Beryl- 
Enterprise  area 1475 

Beryllia,  see  Beryllium  oxide. 
Beryllium  : 

cladding    material,    fuel    elements, 

uranium-silicon,    etc 204 

structural    sheet,    definition,    devel- 
opment, and  evaluation 142 

toxicity,  literature  search 214 

Beryllium  oxide,  vacuum  hot  pressing 

of  high  grade  beryllia 175 

BES   series 466 

BESM,  see  Electronic  computers." 
Bible,  Biblical  commandments,  teach- 
ings, USSR  refutation 822 

Bibliography  : 

atomic  energy  literature  issued  or 

in  progress,  Aug.-Sept.  1960_-       215 

fermentation    acids 49 

human  radiation  counters 210 

marine  and  aquatic  radiobiology 216 

missiles,   rockets   and   space   effort, 

USSR 157 

physico-chemical       properties       in 
liquid    ammonia    and    related 

solvents 217 

radio 462 

television ^ 462 

toxicity  and  other  hazards  of  beryl- 
lium and  rocket  propellants 214 

Big  Ben  National  Park,  general  infor- 
mation       1349 

Bills  (congressional),  see  subjects  of 

bills. 
Biography,  Albanian  Provincial  Party 

and  governmental  personnel--     1149 
Biology  : 

effects     of     nuclear    radiation     in 

primates    123 

Soviet   abstracts 963,987 

Biology  and  Medicine  Division,  AEC, 

Marine   sciences    research 218 

Biphenyl,  see  Diphenyl. 


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Entry 

Birmlngbam,  Ala.,  census  of  business, 
1958,  standard  metropolitan 
area,  central  business  district 
statistics 261 

Bitterbrush,  seed  germination,  effects 
of  gibberellic  acid  and  cold 
treatments    678 

Blacli  River : 

navigation  Improvements,  engineer 
report — 

departmental    edition 482 

document    edition 383 

Blacl£  Sea  Experimental  Scientific 
Research  Station,  Institute  of 
Oceanology  of  USSR  Academy 
of  Sciences,  jubilee  conference 
report    777 

Blacks  Mountain  Experimental  For- 
est, ponderosa  pine,  insect- 
caused  mortality  In  relation 
to  cutting  methods 687 

Blister  rust,  see  White  pine  blister 
rust. 

Blood  : 

coagulation,  changes  in  burn  dis- 
eases, USSR  study 84S 

flow  In  extremities  of  man,  effects 
of    age,    arteriosclerosis,    etc., 

on   pressure-volume  curve 122 

lipid  content  changes  in  hyperten- 
sive patients  under  reserpine 
therapy,    USSR    study 852 

Blood  pressure : 

coronary  circulation  in  hyperten- 
sion, effect  of  reserpine,  USSR 

study 957 

hypertension,  treatment  with  dico- 

lin,  USSR   study 854 

hypertensive  patients,  changes  in 
lipid  content  of  blood  under 
reserpine        therapy,        USSR 

study 852 

renal  hemodynamics  in  hyperten- 
sion, effect  of  rauwolfia   allia- 

loids,    USSR  study 955 

resistance  of  renal  vessels  in  hyper- 
tensive patients  treated  with 
reserpine,  USSR  study 956 

Blood  vessels,  sec  Arteries. 

BLS  report  series 1169 

Boats,  see  Life  boats — Ships. 

Bodies  (aerodynamics),  see  Aerody- 
namics. 

Body  weight,  food  and  your  weight 1545 

BoUworms,  tomato  fruitworm,  con- 
trol    82 

Bolometers,    dielectric,    new    type    of 

thermal  radiation  detector 1303 

Bombers,  see  Airplanes. 

Bonding  materials,  metal-to-metal, 
and  honeycomb  bonded  struc- 
tures,   inspection 580 

Bonds   of    United    States,    4    percent 

Treasury    bonds,    1969 1561 

Bookbinding,  census  of  manufactures, 

1958,  industry  report 273 

Books : 

Federal  supply  schedule 553 

tariff  classification  study,  explana- 
tory and  background  mate- 
rials       1548 

Boots  and  shoes,   shoes  and  slippers, 

current  industrial  reports 286 

Borides,      self-bonded,       preparation, 

control  rod  investigation 188 

Boring  insects,  see  names  of  insects. 

Boron,  minerals,   production,   etc.,  in 

1960,  preliminary  report 1224 

Boron  hydrides,  diborane  as  ram-jet 
fuel,  experimental  and  analyti- 
cal evaluation,  preliminary 1254 

Bothnia,  Gulf  of,  lights  and  fog  sig- 
nals, list 735 


Entry 
Boundary  layer: 

control,  45"  sweptback  wing  of 
aspect  ratio  2.8  employing 
high-velocity  blowing  over 
leading-       and       trailing-edge 

flaps 1251 

fuselage  and  inlet  throat  removal, 
effect  on  performance  of  super- 
sonic ram-type  side  inlet 1262 

laminar,  compressible,  on  yawed 
cylinder     with     transpiration 

cooling,  errata 1327 

stability,    untapered    wing    at    low 

speeds,  sweep  angle  effects 1289 

Boxes,   paperboard,   census   of   manu- 
factures, 1958  Industry  report-       271 
Bradley  County,  Tenn.,  forest  inven- 
tory   statistics 1557 

Brazil : 

agriculture  and  natural  resources, 
cooperative  program  agree- 
ment       1520 

vocational    education,    cooperative 

program,    agreement 1518 

Breeding,  see  Cattle — Livestock. 
Bricks,    brick-laying    machine,    hand 

crank.  Communist  China 804 

Bridges,   waterways,   hydraulics 1451 

British  Columbia,  sailing  directions, 

change 727 

Broilers,  see  Chickens — Poultry. 
Bromine,  production,  etc.,  1960,  pre- 
liminary   report 1225 

Bromochloromethane,  air-mixtures, 
flammability  limits  of  methyl 
ethvl    ketone   and    methyl   iso- 

butyl     ketone 1232 

Brooks  Lake,  fecundity  of  red  salmon.       566 

Brown  County,  Kans.,  soil  survey 1476 

Brown  Swiss  cattle,  see  Cattle. 
Brucellosis,     eradication,     State-Fed- 
eral cooperative  program,  sta- 
tistical  tables,   1960 52 

Buckling,  see  Strains  and  stresses. 
Budgets,  see  names  of  countries,  etc. 
Budgets  (family  and  personal)  : 

interim,  city  worker's  family 1185 

women  workers  in  New  Jersey 1579 

Building : 

Communist  China — 

industrial  construction,   selected 

translations 1066 

materials  and  techniques 813 

site    investigation    and    building 

design   report 789 

construction  industry,   outlook  for 

1961  and  review  of  I960 247 

Soviet  construction,  selected  trans- 
lations       1121 

spacing  of  sixpenny  and  eight- 
penny  wire  nails  in  Douglas- 
fir   nail   joints 660 

Bulgaria  : 

chemical  Industry   development 946 

provincial  press,  summary 1056-58, 

1068,  1109-10 

selected  economic  translations 885, 

1087,  1123,  1147,  1150 

selected  military  translations 782 

selected  sociological  translations 1028 

Bulletins,    see    Farmers'    bulletins — 
also    names    of    departments, 
etc.,     issuing     bulletins — also 
subjects. 
Bunkers,  see  Air  raid  shelters. 
Burma : 

economic  cooperation  agreement 1533 

surplus    agricultural    commodities, 

agreement 1521 

Burning,  see  Flames. 
Burning  of  land,  Douglas-fir  In  Ore- 
gon   Cascades,    occurrence    of 
shrub  and  herbaceous  vegeta- 
tion          680 


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Entry 
Bums  and  scalds : 

blood  coagulation  system  changes, 

USSR  study 848 

central    nervous    system    changes, 

USSR  study 887 

shock  in  dogs  and  effect  of  neuro- 
plegic       substances,        USSR 

study 847 

treatment,      certain      controversial 

problems,  USSR  study 1013 

Business  : 

census,  1958 — 

central    business   district   statis- 
tics bulletin 261-264 

retail  trade  area  reports 265 

Sflected  services  area  reports-   266-267 
selected   services,    United   States 

summary,  errata  sheet 266 

establishing  in,  Netherlands 633 

investments  in  foreign  countries 257 

management  aids  for  small  manu- 
facturers       1465 

small  business,  tax  guide 744 

Business  and  Defense  Services  Ad- 
ministration, ER  series 247 

Business  men  : 

directory  of  national  associations, 

1960 246 

foreign  and  U.S.,  contacts  through 

trade  missions 630 

Business  Research  Advisory  Council, 

minutes 1183 

Butanone,  tiammability  in  bromochlo- 

romethane-air   mixtures 1232 

Buying,  see  Purchasing. 

C 

C.W.L.,  see  Chemical  Warfare  Lab- 
oratories. 

Cableways,  Wyssen  cable  system 655 

Cadmium,  materials  for  possible  re- 
actor application,  survey 192 

Calcasieu  River  and  Pass  : 

channel  Improvement,  engineer  re- 
port— 

departmental    edition 470 

document  edition 356 

Calcium    chloride   and    calcium    mag- 
nesium    chloride,     production, 
etc.,  1960,  preliminary  report-     1228 
Calcium     isotopes,      Ca-40,      nuclear 

electric  monopole  transitions-       184 
Calculation  of  point  detonation  with 
counterpressure      taken      Into 

account   902 

Calculators,  veterans  benefits,  1960 381 

California  : 

forest  pest  conditions,  1959 654 

lower  conifer  zone,  watershed  man- 
agement research   program 688 

mineral  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1200 

moderate   grazing  pays   on   annual 

ranges    80 

rangeland  drill  used  in  reforesta- 
tion           682 

southern — 

cistus    suggested    for   watershed 

plantings 684 

green-fuel     moisture     and     soil 

moisture   trends,    1959 685 

stored  grain,  trogoderma  and  der- 
mestids  commonly  encoun- 
tered.     Illustrated      key      to 

species 56 

California  Forest  Pest  Control  Action 

Council,  report 654 

Calking  compounds,  census  of  manu- 
factures, 1958,  Industry  re- 
port           276 

Calumet  Harbor,  111.,  railroad  acci- 
dent         755 


Entry 
Calves,      meat     products,      purchase 
specifications  requirements  apt- 
proved  by  USDA 30 

Camp    Fire    Girls,    stamp,    ceremony 

(remarks)   1416 

Camps,   nature   program,    suggestions 

for    counselors 1350 

Canada : 

loan  of  vessel,  agreement 1526 

sending  gift  packages  to 598 

Cancer : 
control — 

International  encouragement  of 
scientific        research,        USSR 

study 791 

United  Nations  prize  established 
for  periodic  award,  Soviet  ini- 
tiative. USSR  study 976 

Immunochemistry      of      malignant 

change  In  tissues,  USSR  study.       788 
malignant.  adaptive-dystrophic 

theory   of  development,   USSR 

study 768 

Capital,  see  Investments. 
Capitalism  : 

Communist  China's  bourgeolse  and 
proletariat,  questions  on  for- 
mation       1006 

Lenin  on  principle  of  peaceful  coex- 
istence     of     capitalism      and 

socialism 1042 

Capsules,   reentry,   with   torus-shaped 
air    bag   for   load    alleviation, 

landing  characteristics 1318 

Carbines,  see  Rifles. 
Carcinoma,  see  Tumors. 
Cardiac  diseases,  see  Heart  diseases. 
Cardiology   in    aviation,    1st   interna- 
tional   symposium 129 

Cardiovascular-renal     diseases,     coro- 
nary insufficiency,   therapeutic 

action   of   gangleron 853 

Cardiovascular  system  : 

clinical  changes  during  ionizing 
radiation     treatments,     USSR 

study 977 

radioactive  iodine  in  diagnosis  ther- 

apy  of  diseases,  USSR  study__       798 
Careers,  see  Occupations. 
Caribbean    area,    military    personnel 
of     U.S.,     helpful     hints,     DA 

pamphlet 153 

Carload   waybill   statistics,    see  Rail- 
roads. 
Carnegie,      Andrew,     commemorative 

stamp  ceremony    (talk) 1415 

Carriers,    passenger    travel    between 
U.S.     and     foreign     countries, 

monthly    reports 737 

see  also  Air  carriers — Motor  car- 
riers— Water  carriers. 
Cascade  Range,  Oregon,  occurrence  of 
shrubs  and  herbaceous  vegeta- 
tion after  clear  cutting  old- 
growth    Douglas-fir 680 

Cases  adjudged,  see  names  of  courts. 

Castor-beans,    production 71 

Caialase,  films,  force-area  study 1391 

Catalogs  : 

copyright  entries 428-430 

National  Exhibition  of  Prints,  held 

at  Library  of  Congress 1190 

Cathode  ray  tubes  : 

opaque  and  transparent  phos- 
phors— 

luminance  required 1399 

target  detectability 1373 

Cattle : 

DHIA  proved  sire  list,   1960 — 

Holsteln 47 

Jersey,  Brown  Swiss,  Milking 
Shorthorn,  Red  Dane  and  Red 
Poll    cattle 48 


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Entry 

Cattle — Continued  ,  „_ 

dipping  vat,  farm-building  plan 97 

lice,   control   methods o4 

scabies,    eradication,    report    1960_         4^ 
Ceboila    Creek    titaniferous    iron    de- 
posits, Gunnison  County,  Colo_     1231 
Cement :  ^  , 

hydraulic,  sampling,  inspection,  and 

testing,  standard 558 

industry,  Indonesia lOb- 

Census,    Indonesia   preparations 10^^ 

see  uUo  subjects. 

Census  Bureau,  schedule *-87 

Centipedes,  cephalic  nervous  system, 
gross  and  microscopic  anat- 
omy         146G 

Central  Valley  project,  Nimbus  Dam, 
design  and  construction,  tech- 
nical   record 1453 

Central   Water   Supply   Co.   of  Laos, 

establishment <70 

Ceramals,  beryllium-clad  uranium- 
silicon,    etc.,    as    reactor    fuel 

elements    204 

Ceramics,  tube  types,  adaptation  into 

military  electronic  equipment-       141 
Cerium,  stabilization  of  silicone  lub- 
ricating liquids  above  200°  C_     1383 
Cermets,  see  Ceramals. 
Cesium  isotopes,   Cs-137,   new  source 
of    radiation    for    radiac    de- 
tectors       1377 

Ceylon,  surplus  agricultural  commod- 
ities, agreement 1511 

Chamise,   fuel  moisture   and   flamma- 

bility  compared   with  cistus —       684 
Charts,    see   Maps   and   charts — also 

special  subjects. 
Chashniki,  Belorussian  SSR,  magnetic 

anomaly    1154 

Chattanooga,  Tenn.,  census  of  busi- 
ness, 1958,  standard  metropol- 
itan area,  central  business  dis- 
trict statistics 262 

Chemical  analysis,  see  names  of  sub- 
stances analyzed. 
Chemical     elements,     natural     alpha 
radioactivity  in  medium-heavy 

elements    208 

Chemical  engineering,  mass  transfer 
unit  operations,  Soviet  re- 
search  and   development 251 

Chemical     equilibrium,     see     Equilib- 
rium. 
Chemical  films,  see  Films  (chemical). 
Chemical  reactions  : 

radicals  in  chain  reactions,   USSR 

study   764 

shock  waves,  method  for  obtaining 
record-higli  temperatures, 

USSR  study 922 

Chemical  Warfare  Laboratories,  CWL 

special    publications 292 

Chemicals  : 

additives    in    food,    amendment    of 

1958,  views  of  USDA    (talk)-         54 
agricultural    uses,   Agriculture   De- 
partment's responsibilities 

(talk)     59 

and     chemical     products,     Federal 

supply   schedule 550 

and  related  products,  tariff  classi- 
fication study,  explanatory  and 

background  materials 1550 

Bulgaria    industry    development 946 

Communist  China  industry 877,  1060 

composition  of  grades  of  flue-cured 

tobacco,   analysis 103 

toxicity    to    marine    borers 1586 

Chemistry  : 

acetylene,  Soviet  research,  evalua- 
tion         252 

methods  for  determining  toxic  sub- 
stances in  air,  USSR 1039 


Entry 

Chemistry — Continued 

physico-chemical  properties  in  liq- 
uid ammonia  and  related  sol- 
vents,  bibliography 217 

see  also  Chemical  engineering. 
Chicago     and     North     Western     Ry., 

accident 754 

Chicago,    Milwaukee,    St.    Paul    and 

Pacific  R.R.,  accident 751 

Chicago,  South  Shore  &  South  Bend 

R.R.,    accident 755 

Chickens,  broilers,  eviscerated,  water 
absorption      during      washing 

and  chilling 93 

Chicopee  River  Basin : 

flood  control,  engineer  report — 

departmental    edition 471 

document    edition 355 

Child  development,  see  Children. 
Child  health,  see  Children. 
Child    labor.    State    standards,    sum- 
mary         1164 

Children  : 

creative  drama  and  theater 457 

exceptional,      research      programs, 

studies  in  progress 296 

feeding    program,    agreement   with 

Italy    1513 

native  to  high  altitudes,  electro- 
cardiographic and  vectorcardi- 
ographic     variability     observa 

tions    124 

receiving  aid,  absent-father  prob- 
lem in  ADC  program 1423 

research      programs,      studies      in 

progress 296 

see  also  Child  labor — Day  care  of 
children. 
Children's  Bureau  : 

folder  series 293 

publication    series 294 

publications,   list 295 

Chile : 

loan  of  vessels  agreement 1522 

Salamanca  area,  Coquimbo  Prov- 
ince, uranium  reconnaissance-       211 

sending   gift    packages    to 599 

surplus    agricultural    commodities, 

agreement 1495 

w^eather  stations,  agreement 1519 

China : 

coast,   sailing  directions,   change 734 

Communist — 

activities   of   prominent   Chinese 

communist    personalities 1085 

agricultural    policy 875 

agricultural     tax     work     during 

last  10  years 814 

agriculture  is  basic  policy 825 

architecture 859 

bourgeoise  and  proletariat,  ques- 
tions on  formation 1006 

building   construction   advances-     1083 
building     materials     and     tech- 
niques           813 

care   and  breeding  of   livestock, 

directive    966 

chemical  industry 877 

development 1060 

Chinese  attitude  on  Cuba 783 

coal  and  electrical  industries 933 

communes,  strengthen  financial 
administration,  promote  con- 
solidation,   etc 809 

comprehensive  use  of  wood 1023 

cultural    and    educational    pi-ob- 

lems 964 

development  of  agricultural  sci- 
ences  during  struggle  against 

drought 899 

digest 1000,  1025,  1106 

economic  and  political   subjects, 

translations  of  articles 968 

economic  growth,  analysis 1126 


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('liina — Continued 

Communist — Continued 

economic  plan,  1960,  Kirin  Prov- 
ince            872 

economic  subjects,  Ch'ang-cliiang 

Jih-pao,    articles 827 

electronics    education 926 

electronics  research  and  develop- 
ment, status 254 

enterprise      economic      activity, 

analysis 834 

erecting  concrete  truss  in  1  unit 

by  jack  lifting 803 

finance 835 

friendship    with     Soviet    Union, 

indissoluble 1029,  1036 

from  small  native  group  to  com- 
bined   enterprise 808 

further    use    of    radioactive    iso- 
topes  in    Industry 900 

grain      consumption      in      rural 

areas,  effective  provisions 799 

ideological  subjects,  articles 969 

industrial   construction,    selected 

translations 1066 

industrial  machines — 

brick-laying,  hand  crank 804 

reinforcement    binding 804 

Industrial  subjects,  translations-     1135 

iron  and  steel  industry 858 

Kansu    Province,    1959   final    ac- 
counts and  1960  draft  budget, 

report    794 

Kirin  Province,  transportation 821 

Kirin    work   report 79U 

know   writings   of    revolutionary 

leaders 802 

labor,  plans,  organization,  etc 936 

language  reform,  spot  report 1071 

leadership     of    cadres    must    be 

concrete    895 

Lhasa's      handicraft       industry, 

growth   of  new  force S7S 

light      industry      in      Chunking, 

achievements    824 

literary  criticism  of  some  writers' 

viewpoints    857 

machine  building  industry,  1959_     1009 

manpower   utilization 1133 

metallurgical    industry,   develop- 
ment     861. 967,  1078 

military    thought    of    Mao    Tse- 

tung 1119 

mining    industry 880 

National   Committee    of    Chinese 
People's  Political  Consultative 

Conference,     speeches 9il 

National       People's       Congress, 

speeches 856,  1007,  1112 

native  versus  modern  technologi- 
cal  methods,    evaluation 873 

papers  on  medical  sciences 863 

periodicals — - 

Kang    T'ieh    extracts 779,  781 

masses  daily,  selected  transla- 
tions           892 

steel,    extracts 780 

Tibet   Jih-i>ao,    selected   trans- 
lations         891 

petroleum,    synthetic    petroleum 

and  coal  industries 862 

political   and   economic  subjects, 

selected    articles 860 

political    and    sociological    jour- 
nals,   translations 1074 

post  and  telecommunication  serv- 
ices           890 

production,    industrial   and   agri- 
cultural internal  relationship.        855 

public  health  and  medicine 921' 

railways,  local 879 

raw  materials,  utilization 874 

religion,   articles,   translations 1073 


Entry 
Chi7ia —  Continued 

Communist — Continued 

repatriation     and     resettlement, 

articles    S29 

scientific  techniques  develop- 
ment, under  socialist  condi- 
tions, of  production  by  foreign 

and  native   methods 1016 

site    investigation    and    building 

design   report 789 

socialist  art  and  literature,  de- 
velopment         828 

soils  and  natural  environment 990 

steel    industry 894 

stratigraphy     conference,     USSR 

report  on  results 837 

strengthen  guidance  to  establish 

collective  welfare  enterprises-       808 
study    of    communist    philosophy 

and    ideology 1005 

technical      accomplishments      in 

light    Industry 826 

technological  revolution,  articles-     1134 
teleprinter   and    facsimile    equip- 
ment development 239 

textile   Industry 830 

Tibetan       Autonomous       Region, 

budgets,    report 871 

trade    developments   and   foreign 

relations,    selected    articles 934 

translations  from  Hung-Ch'l 1067 

Tsaidam      region.      development 

under  Mao  Tse-tung's  theory.       793 

Tsinghal  party  work  report 935 

Tsingtao   work  report,   1957-5S_       869 

urban  people's  communes 937 

vocational  education  progress 1005 

wages,  monthly  advanced  pay- 
ment         864 

weather      control      experiments, 

trends   and   evaluation 240 

weaving  and  comprehensive  utili- 
zation of  wild  plant  fibers 797 

Yunnan    work    report 1072 

People's  Republic,  see  above.  Com- 
munist, 
surplus    agricultural    commodities, 

agreements 1498, 1500 

Chinese        literature        development, 
achievements,        etc.,        under 

socialism 828 

Chlorides,  see  chlorides  by  name,  e.g. 

Calcium   chloride. 
Cholera,  see  Hog  cholera. 
Christmas    trees,    sheared.    European 
pine       shoot      moth      damage 

reduced 673 

Chroniinra    electroreflning 1234 

Chunking,      China,      light     industry, 

achievements 824 

Cimarron  County,  Okla.,  soil  survey-     1478 
Circuits,    see  Electric  circuits — Elec- 
tronic circuits. 
Circulars,  see  names  of  department, 
etc.,      issuing     circulars — also 
subjects. 
Cistus,    fuel    moisture,    and    flamma- 

bility 684 

Cities  and  towns  : 

blight,  selecting  areas  for  conserva- 
tion  renewal   treatment 1563 

central  business  districts,  statistics 
bulletins,    census    of    business, 

1958 261-264 

community   attack   on    chronic   un- 
employment,     Hazelton,      Pa., 

case    study 243 

community  development  series 243 

manufacturing  employment  diversi- 
fication indexes,  analysis 237 

water,      future     requirements     for 

mnniripal  use,  report 402 

see  also  subjects. 


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Entry 
Civil  Aeronautics  Board  : 

economic    regulations 299 

guarantee  of  loans  to  air  carriers 
for  purchase  of  cargo  aircraft, 

hearings 390 

Impose  civil  penalties  for  air  carrier 
violations  of  economic  regula- 
tions, hearings 393 

participation    in   court   proceedings 

involving  its  actions,  hearings.       393 
reports — 

economic    decisions 298 

safety  enforcement  decisions 298 

Civil  affairs,  Ryukyu   Islands 1 

Civil  and  Defense  Mobilization  Office  : 

leaflets 303-304 

miscellaneous       publication,       MP 

series 305 

national,  regional  and  State  of- 
ficials, advisory  committees,  di- 
rectory,   change 301 

publications,    index 302 

statistical    report,    1960 307 

Civil  defense,  see  Civilian  defense. 
Civil  service  : 

examination  announcements — 

accountant 312 

aeronautical  research  scientist 321 

apprenticeship  and  training  rep- 
resentative         310 

assistant  State  veterans  employ- 
ment   representatives 325 

auditor 312 

communications   specialist 326 

current 318-320 

elementary   teacher 311 

engineer,  physicist,  etc 308 

fireman      (firefighter) 314 

medical  technician,  medical  X-ray 

technician 309 

printing   plant   and   lithographic 

trainee 31.3 

social    workers 315-316 

discontuance    notice 322 

rehabilitation    advisers,    public 

welfare  research  analysts 317 

Civil  service  pensions,  laws,  compila- 
tion         348 

Civil  War   (1861-05)  : 

explosive    ordnance,    Identification 

text 1407 

Civilian  defense : 

have  you  earned  your  home  pre- 
paredness award 303 

national    plan,    leadership    aspects 

(address) 300 

NEAR  system,  indoor  attack  warn- 
ing,   information 304 

progress  report,  statistical,  1960__       .307 

Soviet  military  ti'anslations 1045, 

1079-80 
transportation     Industry     services 

(address) 306 

USSR,  anti-aircraft  defense  man- 
ual       1084 

Claims,    international    claims    settle- 
ment  act,    excerpts 597 

Classification,  see  subjects. 

Classification  bulletin.  Patent  OfQce 1413 

Clayton  act,  see  Monopolies. 
Clean  water  : 

chart    book    of    America's    water 

needs 1434 

national    resource 1435 

Cleaning  compounds  : 

detergents  and  cleaning  prepara- 
tions, census  of  manufactures, 

1958,  Industry  report 275 

synthetic  detergent,  industry,  po- 
tential of  radioisotopic  meth- 
ods        221 

Clearing    of    land,    tamarisk    stands, 

use  of  root  plow 692 


Entry 
Climate  : 

climatography  of  United  States, 
climatic  summary  of  United 
States,    supplement   for   1931- 

52 1569 

climatological  record  books,  his- 
tory       1571 

climatology,  work  of  centralized 
weather      activity,      AshevIUe, 

N.C 1570 

summary  1931-52,  Michigan 1569 

Climatology    at  work,    measurements, 

methods  and  machines 1570 

Clothespins,    spring.    Tariff    Commis- 
sion report 1546 

Cloud  modification,  see  Weather  con- 
trol. 
Cloud  seeding,  see  Rain  making. 

Clover,  Persian,  culture,  uses,  etc 86 

Coagulation,  see  Blood. 
Coal: 

industry.   Communist   China 862 

solvent   extraction   by   abietic  acid 

at  atmospheric  pressure 1230 

Coal   mines   and    mining,    Communist 

China    industry 933 

Coal  tar,  see  Creosote. 
Coast  and  Geodetic  Survey,  publica- 
tions     327-328 

Coating     materials,     use     for     mini- 
mizing   changes     in    moisture 

content  of  wood 665 

Cobalt  isotopes : 
Co-60— 
gamma    radiation,    scattering   In 

air    ducts 1339 

standard  source  of  radiation  for 
radiac   detectors,   extension  of 

range  of  exposure 1377 

Code  of  Federal  regulations,  see,  for 
titles,    chapters,    etc.,    of    code 
printed  separately,  subject  In- 
volved. 
Codes,  see  subjects. 
Coking  bases  expanded  In  Democratic 

People's  Republic  of  Korea 786 

Collective   bargaining,    effects   of  for- 
eign  trade    (speech) 1182 

Colleges  and  universities  : 

accredited       higher       Institutions, 

1960 450 

degrees,  honorary  and  earned,  U.S., 

directory 449 

higher    education    directory,    1960— 

61 459 

institutes  of  higher  education, 
USSR,  news — 

radio    engineering 845,  867,  984 

radiophysics 991 

new     dimensions,      study     abroad, 

status  of  programs 460 

Poland,  higher  education  statistics, 

1945-58 1093 

safety  education  credit  courses 537 

science  doctorates  of  1958-59,  num- 
bers, characteristics,  and  em- 
ployment       1358 

USSR,  evening  and  correspondence 
courses      important      part      of 

higher   education 1046 

Colombia,  loan  of  vessel,  agreement-     1503 
Colorado  : 

agricultural  conservation  hand- 
book    3 

mineral  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1201 

northeastern,  South  Platte  and 
Repulilican    River   watersheds, 

irrigation  guide 1471 

Colorado    River   and    Valley,    surface 

water  supply  of  basin 719 

Columbia    Basin    Inter-Agency    Com- 
mittee,   meeting 1243 

Columbia    River   and    Valley,    surface 

water  supply  of  upper  basin 721 


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Entry 
Columblum,  see  Niobium. 
Combustion : 

detonation     spin     theory,      USSR 

study 923 

North   Dakota  lignite  In  domestic 

heaters    1233 

pentaborane  performance  In  9.75- 
Inch-diameter  ram-jet  engine  In 
connected-pipe  altitude  facil- 
ity         1259 

see  also  Flames. 
Combustors,  length,  throat  diametei', 
etc.,  effect  on  rocket  combustor 

efflciency,    errata 1287 

Commemorative  stamps,  see  Postage 

stamps. 
Commerce : 

Communist  China  trade  develop- 
ments, selected  articles 934 

effect  on  export  expansion  (re- 
marks)         331 

foreign  agricultural  trade — 

fiscal  year  1959-60 686 

outlook    charts,    1961 587 

foreign  trade — 

and         collective         bargaining 

(speech)    1182 

balance  of  payments,   1959-60—       536 

USSR  in  1959 1031 

United      States      trade      missions 

abroad 630 

United  States  trade  with — 

southern,  southeastern  and  east- 
ern  Asia 650 

Western  Europe 647 

waterborne,    foreign,    Great    Lakes 

area,  1959 291 

world  trade  information  service — 

economic  reports 631—634 

operation  reports 635-645 

statistical   reports 646-650 

see   also   names   of   countries   and 
places — also   certain   headings 
beginning  Commercial. 
Commerce  Department,   scientific  in- 
formation      1361-62 

Commercial  aviation,  see  Air  carriers. 
Commercial    banks,    see    Banks    and 

banking. 
Commercial    fisheries,    see   Fish    and 

fisheries. 
Commercial   products,   specified,   mis- 
cellaneous and  nonenumerated, 
tariff   classification   study,   ex- 
planatory      and       background 

materials 1553 

Commercial  standards,  see  Standards 

and  standardization. 
Commercial  treaties  : 

reciprocal  trade  agreement  termina- 
tion, agreement  with  Iran 1515 

trade  agreements  escape  clause  In- 
vestigation, reports 1543—44 

Commissioned    officers,     see    Marine 

Corps — Navy. 
Committees,  director,  farmer  cooper- 
atives, use  and  effectiveness 490 

see  also  Advisory  committees. 
Commodities,   see  Agricultural  prod- 
ucts. 
Communes : 

Communist  China — 

peoples,   urban 937 

strengthen   financial   administra- 
tion,    promote     consolidation, 

etc   809 

Communicable  Disease  Center,  train- 
ing program    (series) 1432,  1436 

Communicable  diseases,  see  Contagion 

and  contagious  diseases. 
Communications : 

act  of  1934,  amend,  hearings 392 


Entry 
Commnnlcations — Continued 

Anhwel     Province,     realization     of 

plans.  Communist  China 774 

electronics  doctrine — 

commercial      services      for      Air 

Force,    manual 115 

terminology,     etc.,     listing,     Air 

Force  manual 116 

equipment,    nuclear    explosions    ef- 
fects         197 

for  peace.  Echo  1,  commemorative 

stamp    (poster)i 1418 

herald    of    communications    (USSR 

periodical),    translations 840,1019 

Union   of   Soviet    Socialist   Repub- 
lics         819 

see  also  Radio  communication. 
Communications  cable  (USSR  publica- 
tion) : 

excerpts 838 

Communications  specialist,   examina- 
tion  announcement 326 

Communism : 
China- 
communist    digest 1000,  1025, 1106 

know  writings   of   revolutionary 

leaders 802 

Chinese,    translations    from    Hung- 

Ch'l    1067 

development    from     socialist    con- 
struction,   role    of    Mongolian 

youth 765 

enemy  agents  and  you 159 

Indonesia,    theses   on   explanations 

of    Marhaenism 884 

International  developments,  selected 

translations 1081,  1114 

Latin  America,  threat,  hearings 376 

Lenin's     comprehensive    plan     for 

construction 903 

penetration    of    radio    communica- 
tion facilities,  hearings 379 

philosophy   and   Ideology,   study  In 

Communist   China 1005 

USSR,    selected   translations   from 

Kommunist 1077 

Communist  (USSR  periodical)  : 

selected  translations 1077 

Communist   bloc  nations,   see  Soviet 

bloc. 
Communist  China,  see  China. 
Communist  Party  of  Czechoslovakia, 

all-State    conference 999 

Communities,   see   Cities   and  towns. 

Community  development  series 243 

Community    surveys,    wages,     1948- 

June  1960 1181 

Comparators,  FPL  show-through,  for 

furniture    panels 666 

Compounds,  see  names  or  classes  of 
compounds     or     purpose     for 
which  used. 
Compressible  fiow,  see  Flow. 
Computers,  see  Electronic  computers. 
Concrete,  see  Masonry. 
Conelrad,   operation  for  national  de- 
fense, hearings 379 

Conference  committee,  report 374 

Conferences,  congresses,  etc.,  see  Po- 
litical conventions — also  names 
of  conferences,  etc. — also  sub- 
ject of  conference. 
Congo,  health  problems  and  re- 
sources,   study 1447 

Congressional  serial  set 338 

Conifers : 

mixed  type,  deer  habitat,  effect  of 

timber  overstory 683 

westside      mixed,      slash      weight 

tables 689 

see  also  Germination. 


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Connecticut : 

Farmlngton  River  basin  flood  con- 
trol, engineer  report — 

departmental    edition 472 

document    edition 360 

Conservation,  gee  subjects. 
Conservation-education  needs  of  Fish 
and  Wildlife  Service,  summary 

of    survey 562 

Conservation     information,      SCS-CI 

series 1470 

Construction,  see  Building. 
Construction  industry  : 

Communist  China,  advance  In  op- 
erations       1083 

North  Vietnam,  necessity  of  avoid- 
ing  waste SOO 

see  also  Building. 
Consumers,    buying    intentions,    sur- 
vey         531 

Consumers    Cooperative    Association, 
publications,       no      uncertain 

alms 492 

Contactlesa     'magnetic     devices      for 

control   systems,   USSR 906 

Contagion    and    contagious    diseases, 
infectious,    control    In    7-year 

plan,  USSR  study 954 

Containers : 

insulated,  for  transport  of  mate- 
rials   having    critical    thermal 

tolerances  to  heat 127 

paperboard,     census     of    manufac- 
tures, 1958,  Industry  report —       271 
perishable    produce    shipping    con- 
tainers    afforded     protection, 

determination 128 

Contamination : 

areas,  rules  of  behavior  of  popula- 
tion, USSR  study 974 

fallout,  radiological  assessment  and 

recovery   of  areas 182 

Contemporary   revisionism,,   USSR 1049 

Control      (vehicle),     see     Aircraft — 

Airplanes. 
Control  rods : 

nuclear  reactors,  new  cadmium 
materials    for    more    effective 

and  economical  elements 192 

self -bonded  borldes  preparation 188 

Control  systems,  contactless  magnetic 

devices,    USSR   study 906 

Controlled     thermonuclear     research 

in  USSR 244 

Convallatoxin,    therapy    for    cardiac 

insufficiency,  USSR  study 958 

Converters,  hyperbolic  coordinate,  de- 
scription,   etc 1455 

Coolants,  .see  names  of  coolants. 
Cooling,  nuclear-rocket  nozzle,  analy- 
sis         1300 

Cooperatives : 

agricultural.  North  Vietnam,  de- 
velopments and  party  disci- 
pline         1101 

development  In  Indonesia 1014 

Indonesia,     1959 1088 

see   also  Farmers'   cooperative  or- 
ganizations. 
Coordinates,    State   plane   coordinate 

intersection   tables 327-328 

Copper : 

and  copper  base  alloy  mill  prod- 
ucts.   Federal    standard 543 

stabilization  of  silicone  lubricating 

liquids  above  200°  C 1383 

Copyright,   catalog   of   copyright  en- 
tries   428-430 

Cord,  see  Twine. 
Corn : 

soft,     handling     and     storing     on 

farm    69 

stocks,  Oct.   1,   1960 36 

topping,  effect  on  field  drying  and 

harvesting 46 


Entry 
Coronary  diseases,  see  Heart  diseases. 
Corporations,   banking  and  financing, 
foreign  operations  under  Fed- 
eral reserve  act,  regulations 533 

Corrosion  and  anticorrosives,  reactor 
materials,  aqueous  corrosion, 
AEC-EURATOM       conference 

papers 227 

Cosmetics,    census    of    manufactures, 

1958,  Industry  report 275 

Cost  and  standard  of  living : 

Communist    China,    collective   wel- 
fare    enterprises,     strengthen 

guidance  for  establishing 808 

conditions  in  Netherlands 638 

Costa  Rica,  Army  mission,  agree- 
ment         1528 

Costs,  see  subjects. 
Cotton : 

cultivation  and  trade,  Palembang, 

Indonesia   812 

farms,  coastal  plain  of  North  Caro- 
lina, cost  of  production 100 

United  States  exhibit  at  2Sth  offi- 
cial     International      Samples 

Fair,    Barcelona,    Spain 596 

Council  of  producers  within  Yugo- 
slavia   Commune 1048 

Counters,  see  Radiation  detection  in- 
struments. 

Counties,    outline  maps 282—283 

Course  of  study,  see  Curriculum. 
Court     of     Claims,      cases     decided 

July  1-Oct.  31,  1958 431 

Cowpens    National    Battlefield    Site, 

general    information 1351 

Cows,  feeding  dairy  cattle 73 

see   also    Dairy   herd   improvement 
associations. 
Crack    propagation     tests    of    high- 
strength  sheet  materials 1401 

Credit,    international    currency    and 

credit  relations  of  USSR 805 

Creeds,  American  credo  commemora- 
tive    postage     stamps     series 

(poster) 1417 

Creosote,  resin  solutions  and  distilla- 
tion   fractions,    evaluation    in 

marine  borer   control 1400 

Crime  and  criminals,  laws,  compila- 
tion           347 

Crops : 

Ohio  agricultural  statistics 34 

reports,   content   and   dates   of   re- 
lease,  1961 23 

Crystals,  single  uranium  oxide  de- 
formed in  compression  at  tem- 
perature 700°  C  to  1900°  C—       205 

CS    series 241-242 

Cuba: 

communism,  hearings 376 

Cuban  people  set  glorious  example, 

Chinese  Communist  attitude--       783 
flight  plans  for  flight  of  civil  air- 
craft, special  civil  air  regula- 
tion           504 

shrimp     conservation     convention, 

implement,  hearings 378 

Culture : 

Communist  China,  problems 964 

influences     on     children,     re;<earch 

programs,  studies  in  progress-       296 
Curie  point,  displacement  with  pres- 
sure, USSR  study 763 

Currency,  see  Money. 

Current  industrial  reports 2185-286 

Currents,  see  Electric  currents. 
Curriculum : 

colleges  and  universities — 

safety  education  credit  courses-       537 
study     abroad,     status    of    pro- 
grams         460 


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Customs,  see  Tariff. 
CWL,  see  Chemictil  Warfare  Labora- 
tories. 

CWL  special  publications 292 

Cybernetics  : 

and    man,    USSR,    intersiew    with 

Professor  Wiener 1054 

problems,    scientific    notes,    USSR 

study 9o.3 

Cylinders,    sandwich,    having    ortho- 
tropic     facings,      compressive 

buckling  curves 659 

Czechoslovakia  : 

economics  of  new  krajs,  review 766 

fuel  industry  workers,  1st  meeting-     1104 
machine  tools,  directives  for  mod- 
ernization        llOS 

national  economy,  culture,  etc.,  de- 
velopment   plans.    Communist 

Party  conference 999 

provincial  press,   summary 1127, 

1137-38,  1141,  1152-53 

selected  economic  translations 885, 

1123, 1136.  1140,  1150-51 

selected  military  translations 823 

selected  sociological  translations —     1105 
turbine  equipment  in  hydroelectric 
power     plants,     characteristic 
features 1047 

D 

D.H.I. A.,    «ee    Dairy    herd    improve- 
ment associations. 
D.O.D.,  see  Defense  Department. 
Dairy  cattle,  see  Cattle. 
Dairy     herd     improvement     associa- 
tions : 
proved  sire  list,  1960 — 

Holstein 47 

Jersey,     Brown     Swiss,     Milking 
Shorthorn,  Red  Dane  and  Red 

Poll    cattle 48 

Dairy  industry,  «ee  Dairying. 
Dairy  products,  see  Milk. 
Dairying.  Federal  orders  as  they  af- 
fect current  problems  (talk) 25 

Dams,  see  names  of  dams  or  bodies  of 
water. 

Dawson  County.  Tex.,  soil  survey 1482 

Day  care  of  children  : 

food  for  groups  of  young  children, 

selection,  preparation,  etc 294 

services.    Information 293 

De   Camp  Jet.,  111.,  Mine  14   Switch, 

railroad  accident 754 

Decisions,   see  names   of  courts,   etc., 

rendering  decisions. 
Decontamination,  UFA  water  system 
bv  ultraviolet  irradiation  from 
AKKh        apparatus,        USSR 

study 941 

Deer,  forage  habitat  of  mixed  conifer 
type,  effect  of  timber  overstory 

on    understory 683 

Defense,    see    Civilian    defense — Na- 
tional defense. 
Defense  Department : 

DOD  pamphlets 147-148 

military  handbook 439 

military    standards 440-448 

procurement  and  supply,  economic 

aspects,  report 343 

specifications  and  standards.  index_       438 
standardization  manual  M  (series)..     436- 

437 
standardization       policies.       proce- 
dures, etc.,  manual,  notice 436—437 

Deformations  (mechanics)  : 

bending      deformations      of      solid 

plates,  calculating 1308 

buckled   rectangular   plates 1326 

deformation  modes  of  single  crystal 
uranium  dioxide  from  700°  C 
to  1900"  C 205 


Entry 
Degrees  (colleges,  universities,  etc.)  : 
earned   and   honorary,   U  S.,   direc- 
tory         449 

science  doctorates  of  1958-59,  num- 
bers, characteristics,  and  em- 
ployment      1358 

Delaware,    women,    labor    laws    sum- 
mary       1581 

Delaware  Bay,  ocean  fisheries  survey, 

supplemental   report   1954-57_       576 
Delay  circuits,  see  Electronic  circuits. 
Delta  wings,  see  Wings  (aircraft) 
Demand,  see  Supply  and  demand. 
Denmark  : 

licensing  and  exchange  controls 641 

livestock  feeding  and  feed  industry.       589 
mutual    defense    assistance    agree- 
ment   redistributable    and    ex- 
cess property 1505 

Dental  supplies,  Federal  supply  sched- 
ule     547-548 

Dermatoses,  see  Skin  diseases. 
Dermestids,  see  Beetles. 
Desalting  of  sea  water,  see  Sea  water. 
Detectors,  solid  state,  low  noise  ampli- 
fiers for  use  with 222 

Detergents,  see  Cleaning   compounds. 
Detonations,  see  Explosions — Nuclear 

explosions. 
DHIA,   see  Dairy   herd   Improvement 

associations. 
Diagnosis,  see  names  of  diseases. 
Diatomaceous  earth,  production,  etc., 

1960,  preliminary  report 1219 

Diborane,  see  Boron  hydrides. 
Dicolin,    treatment    of    hypertension, 

USSR  study 854 

Dictionaries : 

Federal  supply  schedule 553 

military  terms  for  joint  usage 758 

Dielectric  bolometer,  new  type  of  ther- 
mal radiation  detector 1303 

Diesel  fuel,  see  Fuel  oil. 
Diet,    strontium   90   content   of   total 
diets  in  U.S.,  summary  of  avail- 
able   data 194 

Diffusers  : 

pressure,  direct  control  on  16-inch 

ram-jet  engine,  investigation —     1261 

viscous  flows  in  inlets 1252 

Diffusion  : 

heavy  homogeneous  admixture  from 
instantaneous  point  source,  in- 
fluence of  surface  layer  of  at- 
mosphere, USSR  study 1001 

turbulent,  of  heavy  aerosol  in 
boundary  layer  of  atmosphere, 
hypothesis  of  quasi-stationary 
surface  layer,  USSR  study—  932 
Digital  computers,  see  Electronic 
computers. 

Dimensions  of  airman  morale 143 

Diphenyl,    heat-transfer     studies    on 
forced    convection    loop    with 

monolsoprophylbiphenyl 1371 

Diphenylthloacetic       acid       2-diethyl 

amlnoethyl  ester,   see  Tiphen. 

Pipole     moments,      halogenpolynitro- 

alcanes,  USSR  study 1116 

Directories : 

Civil  and  defense  mobilization  of- 
ficials,   change 301 

community    wage    surveys,    1948- 

June  1960 1181 

education,  1960-61 — 

Federal  government  and  States-       458 

higher  education 459 

foreign  manufacturers  of  farm  ma- 
chinery  and   equipment 245 

national    associations    of    business 

men,     1960 246 


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Entry 

Disabled : 

acute  conditions,  Incidence  in  U.S., 
statistics,      July      1957-June 

1960 1440 

social  security  laws  disability  pro- 
visions administration,  re- 
ports and  recommendations  of 
Medical   Advisory   Committee-     1468 

Disarmament,  problems,  report  of 
NPA  Special  Project  Commit- 
tee        385 

Disbursing    offices.    Navy    disbursing 

system,  comptroller  manual —     1410 

Discharges  (electric),  see  Electric 
discharges. 

Diseases : 

acute  conditions,  incidence  and 
associated  disability  in  U.S., 
statistics,      July      1957-June 

1960 1440 

publications,  price  list 1427 

see  also  Contagion  and  contagious 
diseases — also  names  or 
classes  of  diseases. 

Diseases  of  animals,  see  names  of 
diseases,  or  animals  afifected. 

Diseases  of  plants,  see  names  of  dis- 
eases or  plants  affected. 

Displacement    of    Curie    point    with 

pressure,  USSR 763 

Dissertations  (academic)  : 

Air  University  research  and  spe- 
cial   studies    progress    report, 

Jan.   1,    1960 132 

degrees  in  science  and  engineering 

in  USSR  institutions,  list 913 

Marhaenism   884 

Distillation,  creosote  fractions,  evalu- 
ation in  Marine  borer  control-     1400 

Distribution,  see  names  of  commodi- 
ties. 

District  of  Columbia : 

electric  rate  book 525 

fireman    (firefighter),    examination 

announcement    314 

women,  labor  laws  summary 1582 

Diversification  of  manufacturing  em- 
ployment for  State  and  metro- 
politan areas 237 

Dividends,  see  Stocks. 

Do  Biblical  commandments  teach  us 

to   be  good? 822 

Do  miracle  cures  exist? 818 

Do  not  judge  things  merely  by  ap- 
pearance. Communist  China 873 

Do  you  need  a  will? 742 

Doctor's  degrees,  see  Degrees  (col- 
leges, universities,  etc.) 

Documents  Office,  see  Public  Docu- 
ments Office. 

DOD,  see  Defense  Department. 

Dominican    Republic,    foreign    trade, 

1958-59 648 

Douglas  fir,  see  Fir. 

Drag  (aircraft)  : 

due  to  lift  of  delta  wings  at  Mach 

nos.  up  to  2.0 1312i 

Drainage,     systems,     western,     weed 

control 43 

Drama : 

copyrighted,   Jan.-June  1960 428 

with  and  for  children 457 

Drawings,     engineering,     sizes     and 

format,  military  standard 440 

Drilling,  exploration,  Trl-State  zinc- 
lead  district 1197 

Droughts,  scientific  and  technical  de- 
velopment of  agricultural  sci- 
ences during  struggle.  Com- 
munist    China 899 

Drugs : 

anti-depressant,     psychiatric     and 

non-psychlatric  use 1566 

census  of  manufactures,  1958,  in- 
dustry report 274 


Entry 
Drugs — Continued 

control,    microscopic-analytical 

methods,  errata 582 

industry,  administered  prices,  hear- 
ings          394 

see  also  Tranquilizing  drugs. 
Dulles,  John  F. : 

memorial  postage  stamp — 

ceremony    (talk) 1420 

poster 1419 

Duties,  see  Tariff. 

Dynamics,  see  Aerodynamics — Hydro- 
dynamics— Thermodynamics. 

K 

Earth,  see  Satellites. 

Earwigs,  see  European  earwigs. 

East  (Far  East)  : 

Far  Eastern  series 1485-88 

East  (Middle  East)  : 

Near  and  Middle  Eastern  series-  1489—94 
East  (Near  East)  : 

Near  and  Middle  Eastern  series.  1489-94 
East  Boston  Laboratory,  research  in 

fishery  technology,  report 560 

East  Germany,  see  Germany. 
Eastern  Europe,  see  Europe. 
Echo    1,    communications   for   peace, 
commemorative  stamps    (post- 
er)         1418 

Economic  assistance,  see  Foreign  aid. 
Economic  conditions : 

Indonesia,    development 849 

Infiuence  on  children,  research  pro- 
grams, studies  in  progress 296 

world  trade  Information  service-  631-634 
see  also  names  of  countries.  States, 
etc. 
Economic    cooperation,    see    Foreign 
aid — also   names   of  countries 
with    which    agreements    are 
made. 
Economic  Joint  Committee,   commit- 
tee print 343 

Economic  policy  : 

Communist  China,  enterprise  eco- 
nomic activity,  analysis 834 

European  communist  countries,  de- 
velopment of  economic  rela- 
tions         1102 

West  Germany,   regional  economic 

policy,  need  for  guide  lines 1075 

Economic     regulations,     Civil     Aero- 
nautics  Board 299 

Economic   Stabilization  Agency,   rec- 
ords, preliminary  Inventories-     1333 
Economics : 

Communist  China,  articles 827 

Czechoslovak,   krajs,    review 766 

economic  reports 247 

USSR  and  new  technology,  USSR 

study 975 

EDPS,  see  Electronic  data  processing 

systems. 
Education : 

Communist  China — 

electronics 926 

problems 964 

conservation,  needs  of  Fish  and 
Wildlife   Service,   summary  of 

survey 562 

directory,    1960-61 458-459 

Federal  government  and  States-       458 
Federal  aid  to  States,  major  bills, 
chronological  summary  and  de- 
scription, 1949-59 375 

Indians,   statistics,   1960 738 

Indonesian     publications,     selected 

translations 897 

Poland,    statistics,    1945-58 1093 

USSR,  programs,  foundations,  cur- 
riculum,  etc 463 


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Entry 
Education — Contlnned 

see  also  Colleges  and  universities — 
Religious         education — Voca- 
tional education. 
Education     and     Labor     Committee, 

House,  committee  print 375 

Education      Office,      bulletins      1960 

(series) 451-456 

Educational  Institutions,  see  Colleges 

and  universities. 
Eggs,   automatic  sizing  and  packag- 
ing           92 

Egypt : 

Aswan   dam   and  water  supply 1044 

I.F.F.T.U.      conspiracies      against 

African  and  Arab  workers 1008 

sending   gift   packages 600 

Electric  apparatus  and  appliances. 
Industrial,  census  of  manufac- 
tures,  Industry   report 280 

Electric  breakdown,  see  Electric  dis- 
charges. 
Electric   circuits,   magnetic   amplifier 

circuits    138 

Electric  conductors : 

semiconductor  devices,  research 
and    development,    Communist 

China  work  report 254 

semiconductors,  production,  con- 
sumption, trade,  foreign  coun- 
tries         248 

Electric  controllers,  automatic,  of 
electrical  measurements,  con- 
ference,  USSR 833 

Electric    currents,    dc    current-inter- 
rupter unit,  improved  design-     1382 
Electric  discharges : 

intense  gamma  irradiation  effects 
on  electric  breakdown  in  he- 
lium        224 

microwave  and  Langmulr  probe 
techniques    for    Investigation, 

comparison 1380 

Electric  lines,  electrical  transmission, 
distribution  and  industrial  ap- 
paratus, census  of  manufac- 
tures,  industry  report 280 

Electric  machinery,  see  Machinery. 
Electric  measurements  : 

automatic    control     and     methods 

conference,    USSR 833 

non-electric        quantities,        USSR 

study 839 

Electric  measuring  instruments,  used 
for  measurement  of  non-elec- 
tric   quantities    principles    of 

design    839 

Electric    plants,    see    Electric   power 

plants. 
Electric  power,  see  Electricity. 
Electric  power  plants : 

Czechoslovakia,  turbine  equipment, 

characteristic  features 1047 

hydroelectric  plant  construction 
costs    and    annual    production 

expenses    520 

Electric  resistance,  palladium  and 
palladium  nickel  alloys  con- 
taining absorbed  hydrogen,  low 

temperature  dependence 1387 

Electric  utilities,  statistics  1959, 
class  A  and  B  privately  owned 

companies 521 

Electricity : 

Communist  China,  electrical  Indus- 
try         933 

electric  power  station  construction, 
shortcomings      in      planning, 

USSR 1132 

Government  publications,  list 1428 

Indonesia,  development  projects 860 

national  electric  rate  book 622-528 

power  la  relation  to  Nation's  water 

reaooiceB,   reports 4QS 


Entry 
Electricity — Continued 

regulated  linear  transformer-recti- 
fier power  supplies 1393 

retail    price    indexes,    1913-59 1189 

rural,  retail  rates  and  service  rules 

handbook 1457 

see  also  Thermoelectricity. 
Electrocardiograms  : 

analysis  of  auricular  arrhythmias, 

USSR  study 961 

changes  lu  QRS  complex  In  myo- 
cardial       Infarction,        USSR 

study 960 

observations  in  newborn.  Infants, 
and    children    native    to    high 

altitudes   124 

Electrolytic  cells,  contactless  mag- 
netic devices  for  control  sys- 
tems,   USSR   study 906 

Electromagnetic  method  designed  to 
measure    speed    of    explosion 

products,  USSR 1117 

Electromagnetic  radiation : 

light  nuclei.  Intermediate  image 
pair  spectrometer  measure- 
ments         183 

nuclear  electric  monopole  transi- 
tions in  0-16,   Ca-40,   Ge-72, 

and    Zr-90 184 

Electron     beams.     Interaction     with 

plasma,   investigation 179 

Electron  guns,  measurements  in  stel- 
larator  with  helical  stabilizing 

windings 198 

Electron  tubes : 

adaptation  of  ceramic  tube  types-       141 
production,  consumption,  trade,  for- 
eign   countries 248 

semiconductors,  etc..  Federal  sup- 
ply schedule 546 

Electronic  circuits,  magnetostrictlve- 
delay-line  storage  unit  with 
intermediate  readout  of  code, 

USSR  study 907 

Electronic  computers  : 

Academy  of  Sciences,  Latvian  SSR, 

symbolic  programming 841 

BESM,       automatlc-difTerentiation 

program,   USSR  study 908 

coordinate    converter,    characteris- 
tics and  functions 1455 

digital— 

M-2,  report  on  use,  USSR  study.       924 
magnetostrictive-delay-llne    stor- 
age    unit    with     intermediate 
readout  of  code,  USSR  study-       907 
technique,    application    of    semi- 
conductor       devices,        USSR 

study 930 

logical  designs  of  computers  with 

semiconductor    components 980 

Electronic  data  processing  systems, 
automation  in  Federal  Govern- 
ment      1184 

Electronic  equipment,  ground,  RADC 

reliability  notebook 134 

see  also  special  types  of  equlpmenr. 
Electronic      scientists,      examination 

announcement 308 

Electronics : 

communications  doctrine — 

terminology,     etc.,     listing,     Air 

Force  manual 116 

USAF    manuals 115-116 

education.   Communist  China 926 

Government   publications,    list 1428 

industries,  contributions  to  Ameri- 
can economic  growth  (excerpts 

of    address) 833 

semiconductor  devices  and  transis- 
tors, research  and  development 
In  Commnnltt  China,  status 264 


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Electrons,  Ionospheric  densities,  re- 
evaluation  derived  from  rocket 
measurements  of  refractive  in- 
dex and  attenuation 1304 

Electrophoresis,  micro,  apparatus  for 
studying  bacteria  by  micro- 
scope method,  design  and  per- 
formance      1394 

Electrorefining,  see  Smelting 
Elements,  orbit  secular  variations  de- 
pendence on  air  resistance 1324 

Elements    (chemical),    see    Chemical 

elements. 
Elliott,   Douglas  H.,   memorial   serv- 
ices         ^^' 

Elm,  American,   kiln   drying  without 

excessive  vyarping,  possibility-       656 
Elm  leaf  beetles,  see  Beetles. 
El  Salvador,  see  Salvador. 
Ely,  Nev. : 

flood  control,  engineer  report — 

departmental    edition 475 

document    edition ^o2 

EM  series 477-481 

Emerald  mines,  Ural  Mountains,  gen- 
eral   information 994 

Employee  training.  Federal,  printing 
plant  and  lithographic  trainee, 

examination  announcement 313 

Employers'  liability  and  workmen's 
compensation,  attorneys'  fees, 
report  of  standards  and  proce- 
dures in  State  legislation 1165 

Employment : 

manufacturing,    diversification    for 

States  and  metropolitan  areas-       Z67 
scientific    and    technical    personnel 

in   industry,   survey   report 1359 

security  research  projects 467 

statistics.  Manpower  and  Employ- 
ment Statistics  Division,  pro- 
gress  report- -_ 1187 

young  workers  under   18 ,rS2 

youth,  list  of  publications 1167 

see  also  Labor — Manpower — Veter- 
ans— Women. 
Employment    security    activities,    see 

Unemployment  insurance. 
Employment    Security    Bureau,    BES 

series 4"" 

Enamel,     census     of     manufactures, 

1958,  industry  report 276 

Enemy  agents  and  you 159 

Energy,  see  Force  and  energy. 
Engineering,  dissertations  for  degrees 
at   USSR    educational    institu- 
tions,   list 913 

see    also     Chemical     engineering — 
Heat    engineering — Radio    en- 
gineering. 
Engineering  and  design,  manuals —  477-480 
Engineeers  : 

employed  in  industry,  survey  re- 
port       lgo9 

examination  announcement 308 

human  scientific  and  technical  capa- 
bilitis  at  HoUoman  Air  Force 
Base,  their  origins  and  devel- 
opment         130 

Poland,  bonus  payments  at  indus- 
trial enterprises,  new  regula- 
tions          1098 

Engineers  Corps,  Army,  manuals—  477-481 
Engines  (aircraft)  : 
ram- jet — 

diborane  as  fuel,  experimental 
and       analytical      evaluation, 

preliminary 1254 

pentaborane  combustion  perform- 
ance in  connected-pipe  altitude 

facility 1259 

16-inch  diameter,  direct  control 
of  diffuser  pressure,  investiga- 
tion       1261 


Entry 

Engines    (aircraft) — Continued 
turbojet — 

acceleration  regulating  control, 
experimental  and  analytical  in- 
vestigation       1264 

temperature-schedule  acceleration 

control.  Investigation 1265 

England,  see  Great  Britain. 

Enterprise,  Utah,  soil  survey  of  Beryl- 
Enterprise  area 1475 

Epidemiology  and  Microbiology  In- 
stitute, USSR,  Division  of  Im- 
munology and  Oncology,  work-       787 

Epileptics,  private  institutions,  1958_     1341 

Equations,    nonlinear,    series    circuit 

with  nonlinear  inductor 138 

Equations  of  motion,  magnetic  triodes 
for  direct-energy  conversion 
having  flat-plate  cathodes  and 
anodes    arbitrary    angle 1314 

Equations  of  state,  propylene  proper- 
ties,  USSR   study 948 

Equilibrium,  chemical,  zirconium- 
dysprosium  diagram 1237 

ER   series 247 

Erie  Railroad   Co.,   accident 750 

Error  function,  see  Probabilities 
(mathematics). 

Espionage,  see  Spies. 

Esters,  obtained  from  flue-cured  to- 
bacco          50 

Ethiopia,  licensing  and  exchange  con- 
trols        639 

Euratom,  see  European  Atomic  En- 
ergy Community. 

Europe : 
Eastern — 

selected  economic  translations 885, 

988,     992-993,     1087,     1122-24, 
1128-30,    1136,    1140,    1142-43, 
1145.  1147-48,  1150-51 
selected  military  translations-  782,  823 
selected       sociological       transla- 
tions     1028,  1091, 1105 

Western,  United  States  trade 647 

European  Atomic  Energy  Community, 
AEC-EURATOM  conference 
on  aqueous  corrosion  of  reactor 
materials,    papers 227 

European    earwigs,     control    around 

home 76 

European  pine  shoot  moths  : 

damage    as    related    to    red    pine 

growth 670 

damage  reduced  on  sheared  Christ- 
mas   trees 673 

Evaporation,  control  research,  1955— 

58 714 

Evapo-transpiration    reduction 416 

Examinations,  see  Civil  service — also 
type  or  subject  of  examina- 
tions. 

Exceptional  children,  see  Children. 

Excess  property,  see  Surplus  property 

Exchanges,  see  Foreign  exchange. 

Excretion,  analysis  for  determina- 
tion of  internally  deposited 
radioactive  isotopes  in  Mar- 
shallese  people 185 

Executive  departments,  see  Govern- 
ment supplies. 

Exhibits,  cotton,  28th  oflBcial  Inter- 
national Samples  Fair,  U.S. 
participation 596 

Exits  (aircraft)  : 

ejector  with  various  spacing  ratios 
and  correlation  with  small- 
scale  tests,  flight  investiga- 
tion       1253 

jet  effects  on  base  drag  of  cylin- 
drical afterbody  with  extended 
nozzles 1279 

Expenditures,  Kansu  Province,  China, 
1959  final  accounts  and  1960 
draft  budget,  report 794 


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Experiment    stations,    see   names    of 

Stations. 
Explosions : 

calculation     of     point     detonation 
with     counterpressure     taken 

into    account 902 

detonation      spin      theory,      USSR 

study 923 

physical  fundamentals  and  utiliza- 
tion in  USSR 981 

transformation  of  slow  burning  Into 

detonation.   USSR   study 784 

see  also  Nuclear  explosions. 
Explosives  : 

Civil  War  ordnance.  Identification 

text 1407 

Federal  supply  schedule 544 

permissible,  reducing  incendivity  by 

sodium  chloride 1233 

products,    electromagnetic   method 
designed     to     measure     speed, 

USSR  study HIT 

Export  control  act  of  1949,  see  Ex- 
ports. 
Exports  : 

American,    and    role    of    American 

ships   (text  of  address) 832 

control,  quarterly  report 330 

expansion,  matter  of  commerce  and 

finance  (remarks) 331 

see  also  Commerce — also  names  or 
classes  of  articles  exported. 
Extraction  (chemistry)  : 

solvent,  of  coals  by  abietlc  acid  at 

atmospheric    pressure 1230 

Extreme   value    data,    see   Statistics. 
Extrusion    procsses,    zirconium    and 
zircaloy-2        tubing,        texture 
study    203 

F 

F.A.A.,  see  Federal  Aviation  Agency. 

F.C.C.,    see   Federal   Communications 
Commission. 

F.H.A.,  see  Federal  Housing  Admin- 
istration. 

F.P.C.,    see   Federal  Power   Commis- 
sion. 

F.P.C.S.  series 520-521 

F.P.L.,   see  Forest  Products   Labora- 
tory. 

FAA,  see  Federal  Aviation  Agency. 

Factories,  new  establishments  in  In- 
donesia           986 

Facts  about  United   States 148 

Fair  labor  standards  act,  see  Labor 
standards. 

Fairs,    Interuatioual    Samples    Fair, 

U.S.    cotton    exhibit 58G 

Fall  out,  see  Radioactivity. 

Families  : 

city  workers,  interim  budget 1185 

farm — 

have    mixed    or    diversified    in- 
comes  (address  notes) 68 

Income,  employment,  etc.,  in  low 

production  areas 66 

older  family  and  medical  costs 67 

research      relating      to      children, 

studies  in  progress 296 

Far  East,  see  East  (Far  East). 

Farm  buildings  : 

framing      lumber,      selecting      for 

strength 85 

plan    (series) 97 

Farm    equipment,    see    Farm    imple- 
ments and  machinery. 

Farm  familie,-i,  see  Families. 

Farm  implements  and  machinery,  for- 
eign manufacturers,  directory,       245 

Farm     labor,      migratory,     situation 

today  and  background  data 396 

Farm    machinery,    see    Farm    imple- 
ments and  machinery. 


Entry 
Farm  mortgages,  see  Mortgages. 
Farm     products,     see     Agricultural 

products. 
Farmer  Cooperative  Service,  general 

report    489 

Farmers : 

Michigan,  uses  of  marketing  infor- 
mation           19 

significance  of  changes  in  food  mar- 
keting   today 491 

see   also  Farmers'   cooperative  or- 
ganizations. 

Farmers'  bulletins 69—73 

Farmers'  cooperative  organizations  : 
director  committees,  use  and  effec- 
tiveness          490 

meeting   today's   changing  market- 
ing     conditions,      background 

facts    491 

news   for   farmer   cooperatives,   re- 
prints     490-491 

publications,  no  uncertain  aims 492 

Farmington  River  : 

flood  control  of  basin,  engineer  re- 
port— • 

departmental    edition 472 

document    edition 360 

Farms,     handling    and    storing    soft 

corn 69 

FAS-M    series 584-585 

Fast  reactors,  see  Reactors  (atomic). 
Fathers,  support  from  absent  fathers 
of  children  receiving  aid  to  de- 
pendent children 1423 

Fatigue  of  materials,  see  Strains  and 

stresses. 
Fats,     storage    facilities,    expansion 

during    1950's 17 

Fatty  acids,  oral  unsaturated,  effects 
on  arterial  pressure-volume 
curve     of     human     extremity 

measured   in    vivo 122 

Fauna,  see  Marine  fauna. 
FBM,  see  Fleet  Ballistic  Missile  pro- 
gram. 
FCC,     see    Federal     Communications 

Commission. 
Federal,  see  headings  beginning  Fed- 
eral— Government — National — 
Public. 
Federal  agencies,  see  Government  of- 
fices. 
Federal  aid,  see  Grants-in-aid. 
Federal  airways,  see  Airways. 
Federal  Aviation  Agency  : 

air  traffic  activity,  summary,  1960_       499 

civil  aeronautics  manuals 494-498 

civil  air   regulations,   special  regu- 
lations         504 

publications,  Oct  1960,  list 500 

regulations  of  administrator 502-503 

Federal  Communications  Commission, 

rules  and  regulations 505-509 

Federal  credit  unions,  organization 
and  conducting  board  of  direc- 
tors meeting 510 

Federal  Deposit  Insurance  Corpora- 
tion,   report    series 511 

Federal    emijloyees,    see    Government 

ofiicials  and  employees. 
Federal  Home  Loan  Bank  Board,  or- 
ganization   and   functions 514 

Federal  Housing  Adiiiinistratiou  : 

ABC's  of  FHA  facts 515 

report,   1959 516 

Federal  Maritime  Board,  SP  se- 
ries     517-519 

Federal   Power    Commission,    FPC    S 

series 520-521 

Federal    Republic    of    Germany,    see 

Germany. 
Federal  reserve  member  banks  : 

loans  to  executive  officers,  regula- 
tions         535 


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Entry 

Federal  reserve  member  banks — Continued 
reserves  of  member  banks,  regula- 
tions         So- 
Federal    Reserve    System     Board    of 

Governors,  regulation  series.  532-53o 
Federal  retirement  system,  see  Civil 

service  pensions. 
Federal  ship  mortgage  Insurance,  Is- 
suance on  fisbing  vessels,  clar- 
ify functions  of  Interior  Dept., 

hearings    37S 

Federal  specifications,  see  Govern- 
ment supplies. 

Federal  standards ^??~Srf 

Federal  supply  schedules 544-556 

Federal  test  method  standards 557-558 

Federal  Trade  Commission,   statutes 

and   decisions,   1959   supp 559 

Federal    wage   hour   law,   see   Labor 

standards. 
Federation  of  Free  Trade  Unions,  see 
International     Federation     of 
Free  Trade  Unions. 
Federation  of  Malaya,  see  Malaya. 
Federation  of  Nigeria,  see  Nigeria. 
Federation   of  Rhodesia   and   Nyasa- 

land,  sending  gift  packages  to_       603 
Feed,  see  Food  for  livestock. 
Feed  grain,  see  Grain. 

Feeding  dairy  cattle "3 

Fees,  attorneys',  in  workmen's  com- 
pensation, report  of  standards 
and  procedures  in  State  legis- 
lation       1165 

Fermentation,  acids,  production, 
properties  and  utilization, 
technical  literature  and  pat- 
ents     49 

Ferrous  metals,  production  cost  plan- 
ning    In     ferrous     metallurgy 

development,    USSR 815 

Fertilizers,    publications,    price    list, 

survey 1426 

FHA,  see  Federal  Housing  Adminis- 
tration. 
Fibers :                                        ,     .     ^ 
materials    review    of    synthetic   fi- 
bers         292 

textile,    tariff   classification   study, 
explanatory    and    background 

materials 1549 

wild  plant,  utilization.  Communist 

China 797 

Fiji,    agricultural   economy 584 

Films   (chemical)  : 

force-area  study  of  catalase  films-     1391 
gummed  film  results  in  measuring 

radioactive    fallout 195 

Films  (coatings),  see  Monomolecular 

films. 
Finance : 

Communist   China 835 

effect    on    export    expansion     (re- 
marks)         3.31 

foreign    operations    under    Federal 

reserve  act,  regulations 533 

governmental,     in     United     States, 

1959,   correction    notice 281 

Laos,   analysis   of   financial    situa- 
tion         772 

State  finances,  1960 288 

Finger  pads,  rubber,  Federal  stand- 
ard        541 

Finland,  sending  gift  packages  to 604 

Fir: 

balsam,  viability  of  seed  depends  on 

age  of  tree 672 

Douglas- 
shrubs  and  herbaceous  vegetation 
after  clear  cutting  in  Oregon 

Cascades 680 

wire  nails,  sixpenny  and  eight- 
penny,  spacing  In  multi-nail 
joints 660 


Entry 

Fire  ants,  see  Ants. 
Fire    damp,    reducing   Incendivlty    of 
permissible    explosives    by    so- 
dium chloride 1235 

Fire  Department  of  D.C.,  fireman 
(firefighter),  examination  an- 
nouncement        314 

Fire  extinguishing  agents,  aircraft 
installation    and   operation    of 

concentration   recorder 1456 

Fire  protection,  see  Fires. 
Firemen   (firefighters)  : 

examination   announcement 314 

Fires,  safety  and  fire  protection  bul- 
letin        236 

see  also  Forest  fires. 
Fish  and  fisheries : 

and  water  resources,  report 413 

chemical  composition  and  labora- 
tory fillet  yield  of  13  species  of 
middle  and  south  Atlantic 
ocean 563 

commercial  fisheries,  outlook,  mar- 
ket, supplies,  etc.,  Oct.-Dec. 
1960 568 

commercial  fisheries  review,  sep- 
arates         563 

conservation  of  fish  In  dam  reser- 
voirs, establish  research  pro- 
gram,   hearings 378 

fish  and  wildlife  act  of  1956,  facil- 
itate application  and  operation, 
hearings 391 

fisheries  cooperative  marketing  act, 

amend,  hearings 378 

fishery  associations,  U.S.,  list 567 

fishery  bulletins 564-566 

fishery   leaflets 567-568 

fishing    grounds    in    Franco-British 

sector  of  Atlantic 1099 

hatchery  at  Orangeburg,  S.C,  ac- 
ceptance by  U.S.,  hearings 378 

miscellaneous  legislation,  hearings-       378 

ocean  fish,  conservation,  hearings 391 

ocean  fisheries  off  Delaware  Bay, 
survey,  supplemental,  report, 
1954-57 576 

Passamaquoddy  Investigations, 

1957-58,   report 577 

radiobiology,    references 216 

research    technology.    East   Boston 

Laboratory,  report 560 

seasonal  variations  of  physical 
characteristics  and  chemical 
composition  of  fish  from 
Middle  Atlantic  Sitates 563 

special   scientific   reports,    fisheries 

series 576-578 

Strigeoidea  of  fishes  and  their  life 

cycles 564 

see  also  names  or  classes  of  fish. 
Fish  and  Wildlife  Service : 

circulars 560-562 

conservation-education  needs,  sur- 
vey summary 562 

refuge  leaflets 569-575 

special    scientific   reports,    fisheries 

series 576-578 

Fish  hatcheries,  see  names  of  hatch- 
eries, or  places  where  located. 
Fisheries,  see  Fish  and  fisheries. 
Fishing  vessels.  Federal  ship  mort- 
gage insurance,  clarify  func- 
tions of  Interior  Dept.,  hear- 
ings         378 

Fission  products,  radioactivity  in  air, 
measurements       along       80th 

meridian,  1959 1404 

Flames : 

predetonatlonal  propagation  In 
rough  tubes,  mechanism,  USSR 
study 912 

transformation     of     slow     burning 

into  detonation,  USSR  study—       784 


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Flamiiiability,  nce  Inflaminablp  niato- 

rial.s. 
Flaps   (aircraft)  : 

leading  aud  trailiiig-edge,  45° 
sweiitliack  wing  of  aspect  ratio 
2.S     employing     high     velocity 

blowing 

Fleet   ballistic   Missile  program,   pro- 
gram evaluation,  research  task 

methodology 140(5 

Flight: 

airplanes  at  supersonic  speeds, 
calculated  flow  fields  gen- 
erated        131(5 

civil    aircrafl,    over    Cuba,    special 

civil  air  regulation 504 

control,  hyperbolic  coordinate  con- 
verter,    application 1455 

conversion    maneuver    of    tilt-duct 

VTOL  aircraft,  study 1294 

full-scale  aircraft  ejector  with  var- 
ious spacing  ratios  and  cor- 
relation with  small-scale  tests, 

investigation 

information  manual,  international- 
planning  document.   Air  Force  and 

Xavy,    revisions 135 

Flight     Standards     Bureau,     quality 

control  digest 

Floods  : 

and  flood  control  programs,  report- 
Oregon,  Nov.  24r-25,  19(50,  summary 

of    discharges 

problems  and  management  in  Ten- 
nessee River  Basin 

Floor  covering  mills,  census  of  manu- 
factures industry  report 

Floors    and    flooring,    openings,    com- 
parison   of    State    codes    with 

ASA    standards,    chart 1166 

Florida  : 
,  Duncan    grapefruit    grown,    varia- 
tions in  quality 20 

mineral  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1202 

Flow  : 

air-inlet  distortions,  factors  con- 
trolling       1263 

compressible — 

boundary   layer   on   yawed   cylin- 
der with  transpiration  cooling- 
pressure   penetration   below    sur- 
face,       investigation,        USSR 

study 

fluid,  basic  studies,  quarterly  prog- 
ress   report 

supersonic — 

aerodynamic  characteristics  of 
bodies  having  circular,  ellip- 
tical, etc.,  cross  sections  and 
same  longitudinal  distribution 

of  cross-sectional  area 1268 

inlets,  doul)le-ranip  side,  investi- 
gation        1258 

twin-duct  side-intake  system  with 
2-dinientional  double-shock  in- 
lets,   evaluation 1250 

turbulent,    pressure   loss    and    heat 

transfer 167 

two-dimensional  and  axisynunetric, 
with  free-stream  Mach  number 
1  in  chocked  wind  tunnel,  sim- 
ulation  study 1328 

viscous,  in  inlets 1252 

Flow  of  water,  see  Hydraulics. 
Flue-cured  tobacco,  see  Tobacco. 
Fluid  flow,  .see  Flow. 
Flukes,  Strigeoidea  of  fishes  and  their 

life   cycles 564 

Fluorescence,    temperature    effect    on 

luminance 1372 


735 


585 
54 


582 


Hntry  I  Entry 

Fluorine,  li(iuid,  and  liquid  ammonia 
propellant  combination  per- 
formance in  1000-pound-thrust 

rocket    engines 1257 

Fliioroetliyleues,     tetra,     copolymers, 

wetting  properties 1381 

I'liioropropylenes,     lie-.xa,    copolymers, 

wetting  properties 1 1381 

Flulter  (aircraft)  : 

status,   flat  and  curved  panels 1275 

transonic,  characteristics  of  tee-tail 
of  patrol  bomber,  investiga- 
tion        1270 

wiii.iis  of  varying  asi)ect  ralio,  etc., 
at  Mach  nos.  0.(50  to  1.10,  in- 
vestigation         1248 

tog     signals,     Hydrographic     Office, 

list 

Food  : 

balances  in  foreign  countries,  esti- 
mates  for  20   Latin   American 

republics 

cliemieal    additives    amendment"  of 

1958,  views  of  USiDA  (talk)  — 

e  o  n  t  1-  o  1,      microscopic-analytical 

methods,   errata 

marketing    changes,     meaning     for 

farmers  and  co-ops 491 

nutrition  up  to  date,  up  to  you 98 

strontium  90  content  of  foods  in 
U.S.,     summary     of     available 

data 194 

weight   and   food I_     1545 

young    children,    day    care    groups, 

selection,  preparation,  etc 294 

I'  ood  and  Drug  Administration  : 
administered    prices,    investigation, 

hearings 394 

report,   1959 sgi 

technical    bulletin 532 

Food  for  animals,  international  sym- 

T.-^    1     Posium,  papers '_  5S8-591 

h  ood  for  livestock  : 

consumption,     1955-58 

dairy   cattle  feeding 

livestock     feeding     and     feed 
dustry — 

Belgium 

Denmark ~ 

Great  Britain 

Switzerland 590 

Force  and  energy,  expenditures  of 
women  performing  selected  ac- 
tivities   77 

Fore  mine,  methods  and  costs  of  pro- 
ducing brown  iron  ore 1196 

Foreign    Affairs     Committee,     House 

hearings,  etc 376-377 

Foreign  Agricultural  Service,  miscel- 
laneous,   FAS-M    series 584-585 

Foreign  aid  : 

economic  assistance  agreement  with 

Libya 1512 

economic      cooperation      agreement 

with    Burma 1533 

economic,  technical,  and  related  as- 
sistance,       agreement        with 

Guinea 1535 

mutual  security  in  action,  Tunisia, 

fact    sheet 1494 

Foreign  Claims  Settlement  Commis- 
sion, regulations  pertinent  to 
international  claims  settlement 

act 

Foreign  commerce,  see  Commerce. 
Foreign  countries  : 

Armed   Forces,    uniforms,    insignia, 

and  organization 

passenger  travel  to  and  from 
United  States,  monthly  re- 
ports   

underdevelopment,  Russian  journal 

reports 1032 


1327 

983 
220 


102 
73 


588 
589 
591 


597 


147 


737 


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Entry 

Foreign  countries— Continued 

United      States      business      invest- 
ments        257 

see  also  subjects  involved. 
Foreign  exchange : 
controls — 

Denmark 641 

Ethiopia 639 

Hong  Kong 636 

Iran 635 

Norway 637 

Foreign    relations,    see    International 

relations. 
Foreign  Relations  Committee,  Senate, 

committee  print 387 

Foreign  Service  : 

act  of  1946,  amend,  report 374 

act  of  1946,  as  amended  to  Oct,  17, 

1960,  text 377 

department     and     foreign     service 

series 1484 

Foreign    trade,    see    Commerce — also 
names   or   classes   of   commod- 
ities. 
Foreign-trade  zones : 

Toledo,  Ohio,  establish — 

report  of  examiners'  committee--        651 
report  on  physical  requirements-       6512 
Forest  experiment  stations,  see  names 

of  stations. 
Forest  fires  : 

control,  air  attack 65 

fuel  weights  of  pond  pine  crowns —        61)S 
time-temperature    relationships    of 

test  head  fires  and  backfires.-        697 
wildlife   effects  in   young   stand   of 
Virginia    pine   and    hardwoods 

seven  years  later 675 

Forest    lands,    see    Forests    and    for- 
estry. 
Forest  planting,  rangeland  drill  used 

in    reforestation   in    California       682 
Forest  Products  Laboratory: 

reports 655  604 

show-through  comparator  for  furni- 
ture panels 66(! 

technical    notes 665-666 

Forest     resources,    see     Forests    and 
forestry. 

Forest  'Service,  report,  1959 690 

Forests  and  forestry  : 

California,    forest    pest    conditions, 

1959 G54 

Communist    China,    comprehensive 

use  of  wood 1023 

forest  inventory  statistics — 

Houston  County,  Tenn 1558 

six-county      area,       southeastern 

Tenn 1557 

forest    management,     challenge    of 

our  time  (address) 74 

forest  regions  of  U.S 667 

forest  research  notes.  Northeastern 

Sitation 675-076 

forestry  bulletins,  Tennessee  Valley 

Authority 1557-58 

Michigan,      residual      density      and 
early  development  of  northern 

hardwood  stand 674 

miscellaneous  papers.  Pacific  South- 
west Station 081-  082 

nematode  population  in  soils 670 

occasional  paper.  Southern  Station-       099 
production  management  and  inven- 
tory of  southern  hardwoods —  62 
research  notes — 

Interniountain   Station 608-669 

Pacific  Northwest  Station 077-679 

Pacific   Southwest  Station 683-686 

Rocky   ISIountain    Station 091-692 

'Southeastern    Station 697-098 

research    paper.    Pacific    Northwest 

Station 680 


Entry 
Forests  and  forestry — Continued 
slash  burning  in  Oregon  Cascades, 
occurrence  of  shrubs  and  her- 
baceous vegetation  after  clear 
cutting  old-growth  Douglas- 
fir 680 

slash    weight    tables    for    Westside 

mixed   conifers 689 

small     owners,      special      problems 

(paper) 700 

station  papers — 

Lake  States   Station 670-671 

Rocky   Mountain   Station 693-095 

technical    notes.    Lake    States    Sta- 
tion     672-674 

technical     papers,     Pacific     South- 
west Station 687-689 

see        also        Timber — Trees — also 
names  of  forests. 

Formosa,  sending  gift  packages  to 623 

Forms,  blanks,  etc.,  manifold  business 
forms,  census  of  manufactures, 

industry    report 272 

Fort  Raleigh   National  Historic  Site, 

general    information 1352 

Fossil  fuels  in  future 229 

Foster  Reservoir  : 

South  Santiam  River  flood  control, 
engineer  report — 

departmental    edition 478 

document  edition 382 

FPC,  see  Federal  Power  Commission. 

E^PCS    series 520-521 

FPL,  see  Forest  Products  Laboratory. 
Fracture     testing     of     high-strength 
sheet    materials    under    condi- 
tions   appropriate    for     stress 

analysis 1389 

France : 

France-British    fishing    grounds    of 

Atlantic 1099 

Le  Monde  Index 1069 

Frederick  County,  Md.,  soil  survey 1479 

Free  enterprise,  see  Laissez  faire. 
Free    radicals,    radicals    in    chain    re- 
actions, USSR  study 764 

Freezing,   see  names   of  commodities, 

etc.,  frozen. 
Freight  rates : 

cost   of   transportation    by    class   1 
and  2   motor  common   carrier. 

Rocky  Mountain    region 748 

dual-rate  contract  agreements,  con- 
tinue  in  effect,   hearing 389 

Friendship,       Soviet-Chinese,       indis- 
soluble  1029,  1036 

Frozen  foods,  see  names  or  classes  of 

foods  frozen. 
Fruit : 

small  fruit,  market  diseases 64 

western,  frozen,   geographic   distri- 
bution    95 

Fuel : 

forest  fires,    weights   of   pond   pine 

crowns 698 

green-fuel  moisture  trends  in  south- 
ern California,  1959 685 

industry,  Czechoslovakian  workers, 

1st  meeting 1104 

jot,     diborane,     experimental     and 
analytical    evaluation,    prelim- 

inaiy 1254 

mineral-fuels      industries      review, 

minerals  yearbook  chapter 1238 

retail  price  indexes,  1913-59 1189 

see  also  Reactor  fuels — also  names 
of  fuels. 

Fuel  cell  systems 133 

Fuel     elements,     see     Reactor     fuel 
elements. 

Fuel  oil,  Federal  supply  schedule 555 

Fuel  rods,  see  Reactor  fuel  rods. 
Fuels,  see  Fuel. 

Funds,    see    names    of    departments, 
etc.,  for  which  funds  are  used. 


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Furniture  : 

household,  census  of  manufactures, 

1958.  industry  report 270 

panels,  FPL  show-through  com- 
parator          666 

plants   in    North   Carolina,    sources 

of    lumber 600 

see  also  OflSce  furniture  and  equip- 
ment. 
Fuselage,  slender,  with  circular,  ellip- 
tical, etc.,  cross  sections  and 
same  longitudinal  distribution 
of  cross-sectional  area,  force 
and  pressure-distril)ution  meas- 
urements       1268 

G 

G.A.O.,  sec  General  Accountinj;  OlBce. 
Gages : 

plug,  plain  cylindrical  not  go,  mili- 
tary standard 441 

plug,  thread — • 

go,  class  X,  military  standard,.       444 

not  go,  military  standard 445 

ring,  plain — 

go,  military  standard 442 

not  go,  military  standard 443 

ring,  thread  go,  class  X,  etc.,  mili- 
tary standard 440 

see    also     Pressure     gages — Strain 
gages. 
Gamma  rays  : 

cobalt-60,  scattering  in  air  ducts 13.S9 

intense  irradiation,  effects  on  elec- 
tric breakdown  in  helium 224 

quanta,  energy  distribution  in  at- 
mospheric   layer    near    earth's 

surlface,  USSR  study 90D 

standard  sources  for  radiac  detec- 
tors       1377 

Gangleron,      therapeutic      action      in 

coronary  insufficiency 853 

Gangliolytics   in   therapy   of  ulcerous 

diseases,  USSR 792 

GAO,  see  General  Accounting  Office. 
Gardens,  home  and  garden  bulletins.   75-76 
Gas: 

natural,  uniform  system  of  ac- 
counts for  companies 520 

quitclaim    U.S.    rights    to    Alaskan 

homesteaders,  hearings 3SR 

Gas  hydrates,   properties   and   use   in 

demineralizing  soa  water 74U 

Gases : 

flow  past  conical  bodies  supporting 
elliptic  conical  shock  waves  at 
finite  angles  of  incidence,  nu- 
merical   calculation 1291 

in  metals,  study,  literature  survey-       200 
war    gases,    rules    of    behavior    of 
population      in      contaminated 

area,  USSR  study 974 

Gasoline,  Federal  supply  schedule 555 

General  Accounting  Office  : 

accountant  and  auditor,  examina- 
tion   announcement 312 

policy   and   procedures   manual  for 

guidance  of  Federal  agencies 703 

Geueva,  Switzerland,  nuclear  weapons 
tests,     discontinuance     confer- 
ence, progress,  etc.,  analysis__       387 
Geodesy  : 

ratio  between  amplitude  and  length 

of  meridian  arc 1150 

solution    of    2    point    problem,    by 

graphic    method 1158 

Soviet,    1925-40,   translations...   1154-58 
Geological  Survey  : 

bulletins 704-5 

circular 706 

professional  paper 708 

water  supply  papers 713-722 


Entry 
Geologists,      opportuuitiea,      etc..      In 

nuclear  age 706 

Geology  : 

contributions     to    general     geology 

(series) 705 

Grosvenor  quadrangle,    Brown   and 

Coleman  counties,  Tex 704 

yummitville     district,     San     Juan 

Mountains,  Colo 708 

see     aUn     Glacial     period — Hydro- 
geology — Oak     Spring     forma- 
tion— Stratigraphy. 
Geophysics,     Air    Force     surveys     in 

geophysics 121 

Geophysics  Research  Directorate,  Air 

Force  surveys  in  geophysics 121 

Georgia,  electric  rate  book 523 

Germanium   isotopes,    Ge-72,    nuclear 

electric  monopole  transitions 184 

Germany  : 

East,  .sec  below,   Soviet  Zone. 
Federal  Republic — - 

preparing  shipments  to 640 

purchase  of  military  equipment, 
materials,  and  services,  agree- 
ment       1531 

regional    economic    policy,    need 

for  guide  lines 1075 

market  for  U.S.  farm  products 592 

Soviet  Zone — 

selected   economic  translations 993, 

1124,  1136,  1150 
selected       sociological       transla- 
tions   1091, 1105 

(iermination  : 

hitterbrush  seed,  interaction  effects 
of    gibberellic    acid    and    cold 

treatments 678 

effect     of     hydrogen     peroxide     in 

western    conifers 669 

seed  of  phreatophyte  species 693 

(libberellic  acid  : 

and    cold    treatments,     interaction 
effects      on      germination      of 

bitterbrush  seed 678 

effect  on  plant  growth  and  develop- 
ment, USSR  study 942 

Gifts: 

sending  packages  to — - 

Canada 598 

Chile 599 

Egyptian  region   (UAR) 600 

Federation  of  Malaya 602 

Federation      of      Rhodesia      and 

Nyasaland 608 

Finland 604 

Greece 605 

Guatemala 606 

Indonesia 607 

Mexico 608 

Morocco 609 

Nicaragua 610 

Nigeria 611 

Norway 612 

Pakistan 613 

I'araguay 014 

Philippines 615 

Poland 616 

Portugal 617 

El    Salvador 601 

Sierra    Leone 618 

Singapore 619 

Spain 620 

Sweden 621 

Syria 622 

Taiwan    (Formosa) 623 

Thailand 624 

Turkev 625 

Union  of  South  Africa 620 

United    Kingdom 627 

Venezuela 62.S 

Viet-Nam 629 

suggested  Government  publications, 

list 1429 


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Entry 

Gila  River  : 

flood   control,   engineer   report — 

departmental    edition 474 

document  edition "84 

Girls,     preeniployment     courses     and 

training    opportunities 1576 

Glacial   period,    Illinoian   outwash   in 

soutlieastcrn    Pennsylvania 70." 

Glass,  products,  census  of  manu- 
factures, 1958,  industry  re- 
port         278 

Glassware,    census    of    manufactures, 

1958,  industry  report 278 

Gleason  Creek  : 

flood   control,    engineer   report  — 

departmental    edition 475 

document     edition 352 

Gloves,   leather,   census   of   manufac- 
tures, 1958,  Industry  report —       277 
Glucose,   absorption   changes  in   com- 
bined radiation  injuries,  USSR 

study 886 

Golden  nematode,  see  Nematoid 
worms. 

Government,    Indonesia 939 

8ee  also  headings  beginning  Govern- 
ment— National. 
Government    contracts,    renegotiation 

staff  bulletins 1454 

Government  offices  : 

automation  in  Federal  Govern- 
ment        1184 

emergency  sales  to  aircraft  own- 
ers, hearings 39.3 

information  dissemination,  etc., 
background  materials  on  com- 
prehensive law 395 

policies  and  procedures.  General 
Accounting      Office      guidance 

manual 703 

scientiHc  information  activities 1360-62 

sec  ulsi)  Government  supplies. 
Government  officials   and   emiployees  : 
automation,    impact   on    employees, 

etc 11S4 

health    benefits    program,    progress 

report 324 

see  also  Civil  service  pensions. 
Government  publications,   price  lists, 
Public     Documents      Division. 

PL   series 1425-27 

Government  supplies  : 

Federal   specifications 538 

Federal   standards 530-543 

Federal  supply  schedules 544-556 

Federal  test  method  standards__   557-558 
Governments,    Federal,     State,     local 
finances,    1959,    correction    no- 
tice         281 

Grade   crossings,   see   Railroad  cross- 
ings. 
Grading  of  commercial  products,  sec 

names  of  products. 
Grain  : 

aeration   in  commercial   storages__  89 

California  stored,  trogodcrma  and 
dermestids  commonly  encoun- 
tered,      illustrated       key       to 

species 56 

consumption  in  rural  areas,  ef- 
fective provisions.   Communist 

China 799 

feed,  U.S.,   market  in  .Japan 592 

marketing  in  Soviet  Union  (sum- 
mary of  remarks 26 

see  also  names  of  grains. 
Grain  mills,  products,  census  of  man- 
ufactures.   Industry    report 26S 

Grain  sorghum,  see  Sorghum. 
Grants-in-aid  : 

library  service  to  rural  areas,  prog- 
ress  report 464 

States,  education,  major  bills, 
chronological  summarv  and  de- 
scription,  1949-59 375 


Entry 

Grapefruit,  Florida  grown,  varia- 
tions in  quality 20 

Grapes,  market  diseases 64 

Grasses,  seed  exports 595 

Grazing,  moderate  grazing  iiays 80 

Great    Basin,    surface    water    supply, 

1959 720 

Great  Britain  : 

east  coast  of  England,  sailing  direc- 
tions          728 

Franco-British    fishing   grounds    of 

Atlantic 1099 

livestock  feeding,  technological  ad- 
vances         591 

sending  gift  packages  to 627 

Great    Lakes,    waterborne    commerce, 

1959,    foreign 291 

Great  Lakes  States,  white  pine  blister 

rust,  economics  of  control 653 

Greece,  sending  gift  packages  to 605 

Green  Bay,  Wis.  : 

occupational  wage  survey — 

departmental    edition 1172 

document  edition 365 

Greeting  cards,  census  of  mannfactiir- 

ers,    1958,    industry    report 273 

Grocery  trade,  see  Stores. 

Grosvenor  quadrangle.  Brown  and 
Coleman  Counties,  Tex.,  geol- 
ogy of  area 704 

Ground  water,  see  Water. — Water 
supply. 

Group  behavior,  rules  of  conduct  in 
contaminated  area,  USSR 
study 974 

Growth,  children,  research  programs, 

studies  in  progress 296 

Guatemala  : 

economy,  basic  data 634 

sending  gift  packages  to 606 

Guidance  systems,  self-adaptive  mis- 
sile, for  statistical  inputs 1292 

Guinea,  economic,  technical,  and  re- 
lated assistance,  agreement 1535 

Gulfs,  .see  names  of  gulfs,  or  places 
where  located. 

Gunnison  County,  Colo.,  Cebolla 
Creek  tltaniferous,  iron  depos- 
its        1231 

Gusts,  see  Winds. 

Gypsy  moth,  life  history  and  control, 

picture    sheet 57 

H 

H.O.     publications 727   736 

Haiti,  transfer  of  military  equipment, 

etc.,  agreement 1502 

Halogens,  dipole  moments  of  some 
halogenpolynitroalcanes,  USSiR 
study 1116 

Hamilton  County,  Tenn.,  forest  in- 
ventory statistics 1557 

Han  Sor-ya,  literary  works,  contribu- 
tions to  modern  Korean  litera- 
ture        893 

Hand-ln-glove,    American    exports    in 

American    ships 332 

Handbooks,  see  names  of  departments, 
etc.,  issuing  handbooks — also 
subjects. 

Handicraft,  Lhasa's  industry  growth. 

Communist  China  study 878 

Handling    and    storing    soft    corn    on 

farm 69 

Hanoi  Vietnam  life,  articles 989 

Hardwoods  : 

northern,    stand    density    and    de- 
velopment   of   reproduction    in 

upper   Michigan 674 

southern,    production    management 

and  inventory 62 

wildfire  effects  in  young  stand  seven 

years    later 675 


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134: 


655 
415 


243 

818 


IlarpsichordB,     Italian,     building     in 

10th  and  17th  century 

Harvesting,    timber,    improved    meth- 
ods,   equipment    survey    notes, 

Wyssen  cable  system 

Hawaii,  water  resources,  report 

Hazleton,   Pa.,  community  attack   on 
chronic     unemployment,     case 

study 

Healing   art,    miracle   cures,    do   they 

exist,  USSR  refutation 

Health : 

Congo   Republic,    problems  and   re- 
sources,   study 1447 

health  information  series 1438 

health  manpower  source  book 1439 

hints  for  travelers  abroad 1449 

information  for  travel  in  Asia,  Aus- 
tralia and  New  Zealand 1437 

national  survey,  statistics 1440-41 

public — 

Communist    China 929 

sanitation.  Importance  in  control 

of  rodents  and  insects 1448 

radiological     assessment     and     re- 
covery of  contaminated  areas- 
services,   research   relating  to  chil- 
dren, studies  in  progress 

USSR  population,  protection  meas- 
ures   

water    pollution    problem    and    Its 

impact  on  our  national  life 

.s'fe  also  Hygiene. 
Health  and  Safety  Laboratory  : 

fallout     program,     quarterly     sum- 

marj'   report 

radioactive  fallout,  results  of 
measuring   with   gummed  film. 

summary 

Health  insurance  : 

interim     report,     U.S.,      July-Dec. 

1959 

program     for     Federal     employees. 

progress    report 

Heart : 

ballistocardiographic  analysis  of 
time   interrelationships,   USSR 

study 

coronary    insufficiency,    therapeutic 

action  of  gangleron 

electrical  activity,  influence  of  high 

altitudes 

operation     on     dry     heart,     USSR 

study 

Heart  diseases  : 

angina  pectoris,  effect  of  nitranol 
on  tone  of  large  arterial  ves- 
sels according  to  rate  of  prop- 
agation of  pulse  wave 

cardiac   Insufficiency    therapy    with 

convallatoxin,   USiSR   study 

coronary  circulation  in  hyperten- 
sion, effect  of  reserpine,  USSR 

study 

hypertrophy  of  left  ventricle,  use  of 
electrocardiographic  diagnos- 
tic method  for  detection,  USSR 

study 

myocardial  infarction — 

changes  in   QRS  complex,   USSR 

study 

routine    of    rest   and    protection, 

USSR   study 

tiphen  effect  on  ballistocardiogram 
in  patients  suffering  from 
coronary    insufficiency,     USSR 

study 

Heat,  critical  thermal  tolerances,  in- 
sulated containers  for  trans- 
port   of   materials 

see  also  Thermodynamics. 
Heat    engineering    and    hydrodynam- 
ics   


Entry 
Heat  transfer  : 

aerodynamic,  compressible  laminar 
boundary  layer  on  yawed  cyl- 
inder with  transpiration  cool- 
ing,   errata 13"_'7 

and    pressure    loss    for    turbulent 

flow 167 

basic    studies,    quarterly    progress 

report 220 

nionoisopropylbiphenyl,    studies    on 

forced  convection  loop 1371 

"  187 


182 
296 


944 
1435 


196 


195 


1441 

324 


962 

853 


124 

904 


916 
958 


957 


917 


960 


921 


919 


127 


481 


1307 
1321 


224 


181 


superheat  process  tube,  tests 

Heaters,     domestic,      combustion     of 

North    Dakota    lignite 1233 

Heating,  mechanical  design,  engineer- 
ing manual 

see  also  Aerodynamic  heating. 
Heavy    elements,    see    Chemical    ele- 
ments. 
Helicopters  : 

twin-rotor  configurations  with  and 
without       overlap,       hovering 

measurements 

two-bladed,  vibration  absorber 

Helium,  electric  breakdown,  effects  of 

intense   gamma   irradiation 

Henry,  Patrick,  American  credo  com- 
memorative     postage       stamp 

(poster) 1417 

Heptachlor,  labor  hygiene  of  persons 
when     using     in     agriculture, 

USSR   study 888 

Herald  of  communications  (USSR 
periodical)  : 

translations 840,  1019 

Herbs,  occurrence  of  herbaceous  vege- 
tation after  clear  cutting  old 
growth    Douglas-fir  in    Oregon 

Cascades 

Higher    education,    see   Colleges    and 

universities. 
Highways,  see  Roads  and  highways. 

Histology,  organ,  altitude  influence 

Historic  sites,  see  names  of  historic 

sites. 
Histor.v      of      climatological      record 

books 

Ho  Chi  Minh,  newspaper  articles 

Hog  cholera,  effect  on  foreign  pork 
markets  (summary  of  re- 
marks)   

Hoists,  jack  lifting  method,  use  for 
erecting  concrete  truss  in  one 

unit,  Communist  China 

Hokkaido,  archeology,  cultural  se- 
quences       1346 

Holloman  Air  Force  Base,  human 
scientific  and  technical  capabil- 
ities, their  origins  and  devel- 
opment          130 

Holstein  cattle,  see  Cattle. 
Home  economics : 

home  and  garden  bulletins 75-76 

research    report 77 

Home  shelters,  see  Air  raid  shelters. 
Homemaking,  sec  Home  economics. 
Homes,  preparedness,  have  you  earned 

your  award 

Homesteads,  Alaska  mineral  lands, 
quitclaim   oil   and    gas    rights, 

hearings 

Honeycomb  structures,  see  Laminated 

materials. 
Hong    Kong,   licensing   and    exchange 

controls 

Hospital  Corps,  Navy,  handbook 

Hospitals : 

human  radiation  counters,  design__ 

tuberculosis  beds,  index 1442 

sec  also  Mental  institutions. 
Hours  of  labor  : 

payroll    hours    in     manufacturing, 
1958— 

departmental  edition 1171 

document  edition 3Q4 


680 


125 


1571 
1095 


583 


803 


303 


388 


636 
1194 


210 


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Kntry 

House   aocunients .-- '^^^'Hj 

House  reports,  public  bills__------       •i''* 

Household  applianees,  protluction, 
consumption,       etc.,       foreign 

countries -'*'' 

Household  goods,  sec  Furniture. 
Houses,  aee  Housing. 
Housing :  .    ^  u 

administrator,  Imsic  statutes,  pub- 
lic    regulations     and     formal 

orders '■^■' 

current     reports,     housing     vacan- 

cies r.-— .- 

nonfarm  residential  properties  in 
U.S.,  capital  funds,  FHA  infor- 
mation         ^24 

vacant  units  in  United  States 2»4 

Housing  and  Homo  Finance  Agency, 
administrator,  basic  statutes, 
public  regulations  and   formal 

orders -. 

Houston  County,  Tonn.,  forest  invcn- 

tory    statistics loO'^ 

Human  resources,  sec  Ability. 
Human  scientific  and  technical  capa- 
bilities at  Holloman  Air  Force 
Base,  their  origins  and  devel- 
opment          !«*" 

Hummingbirds,      lice,      new      genus, 

study 1344 

Hungary: 

provincial  press,   summary W^}< 

1139,  114d 

selected  economic  translations  _   992-993, 

1087,  1124,  1128-29,  1151 

selected  military  translations 782,  823 

selected   sociological    translations —   1028, 

1105 
under    the   Cardinal's   mantle    (Jo- 
seph   Mindszcnty),    USSR    ar- 
ticle         816 

Hung-Ch'i   (periodical)  : 

translations 10o7 

Hurricanes,  storm-tides  in  New  York 

Bay,    prediction 487 

Hydrates,  sec  Gas  hydrates. 
Hydraulic  cement,  see  Cement. 
Hydraulics: 

liridge    waterways 14oi 

design  series 14'j1 

surface    irrigation,    proceedings    of 

ARS-SCS    worls-shop 4o 

Hydrodynamics,    and    heat    engineer- 


ing- 


Hydroelectric  power  plants,  see  Elec- 
tric power  plants. 
Hydrogen,   recombination  of  atom  in 

adsorbed  layer,  USSR  study__        925 
Hydrogen  peroxide,  effect  on  germina- 
tion in  western  conifers GG9 

Hvdrogeologv,  stations  in  USSR,  dis- 
tribution       lOOl 

.see  also  Radiohydrogeology. 
Hydrographic  Office  : 

chart  correction  list 726 

H.O.    publications 72.7-73G 

Hydrology,  see  Water  supply. 
Hydrometeorology,       analysis       from 

river  flow  forecasting,  report —       420 
Hygiene  : 

struggle      for      longevity,       USSR 

study 1120 

workers    when    using   heptachlor   in 

agriculture,  USSR   study 888 

see  also  Health. 
Hypertension,  see  Blood  pressure. 


I.F.F.T.U.,   see  International   Federa- 
tion of  Free  Trade  Unions. 
Idaho : 

agricultural      conservation      hand- 
book   4 

plane  coordinate  tables 327-328 


Entry 

Idaho  Falls,  Idaho,  National  Reactor 
Testing        Station,        shipping 

radioactive   material 23G 

Identification  : 

marking  of  copper  and  copper  base 
alloy    mill    products.     Federal 

standard 543 

symbols,  defense  materials  system 
program,  use  to  segregate  pur- 
chase orders 1454 

Ideology  : 

Communist  China — 

agriculture  is  basic  policy 825 

articles 969 

Ignition,    explosives,    reducing    incen- 

divity  by  sodium  chlorid* 1235 

Illinoian     outwash     in     southeastern 

Pennsylvania 705 

Illinois : 

census   of   business,    1958,    selected 

service   trades,   errata   sheet. _       267 
mineral    industry,    minerals    year- 
book   chapter 1203 

women,  labor  laws  summary 1583 

Illness,  see  Sick. 

IlmcnitP,  titaniferous  iron  deposits, 
CehoUa  Creek,  Gunnison  Coun- 
ty, Colo 

Immunity,  malignant  change  in  tis- 
sues, immunochemistry,   USSR 

study 

Immunology,  studies  conducted  by 
Institute  of  Epidemiology  and 

Microbiology,    USSR 

Imports,    see    Tariff — ali^o    names    or 

classes  of  articles  imported. 
Inauguration    of    the    President,    see 

President  of  United  States. 
Incendivity,  see  Ignition. 
Income  : 

Alaska 

farm  families  have  mixed  and 
diversified     incomes     (address 

notes) 

Income  tax  : 

1961 

general  course,  1960 


1231 


788 


787 


256 


individuals 
instruction 
Indexes : 
Civil     and 


68 


747 
745 


Defense     Mobilization 

Office  publications 302 

Defense  Department,    specifications 

and    standards 438 

hospitals  and  sanatoria  with  tuber- 
culosis   beds 1442 

Labor  Statistics  Bureau  bulletins, 
1915-59,  and  annotated  list- 
ing 1895-1959— 

departmental    edition 1170 

document  edition 353 

Mines   Bureau   publications 1198 

Missouri  Basin  Inter-Agency  Com- 
mittee meetings 1241 

I.e    Monde 1069 

Navy  procurement  information 1409 

Patent  Office  index  to  classification.     1414 

La  Stampa  and  La  Sifampa  sera 1027, 

1059,  1076,  1094,  1111 
Veterans     Administration    publica- 
tions      1564 

India  : 

import  tariff  system 643 

newly     independent     nation,     fact 

sheet 1490 

surplus    agricultural    commodities, 

agreements 1509,  1536 

Indiana,   mineral   industry,   minerals, 

yearbook  chapter 1204 

Indians,  education,  statistics,  1960 —       738 
Indonesia  :  „  „ 

l)udi;et,  1960 846 

cooperative  movement,  development     1014 

ciHiiioratives,     1959 1088 

development  projects,  public  works 

and     power 866 


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Indonesia — Continued 

ecouomic     developments 951,  1037 

economic  problems  of  industry  and 

mining 806 

economy,  translatious 1090 

foreign  trade,  1958-59 649 

industrialization,  aspects 985 

Information  on  petroleum,  tobacco, 

cement  and  sugar  industries 1062 

job  training  within  industries  pro- 

gi"am 796 

land  reform  still  recognizes  private 

ownership 1089 

Marhaenism,  doctrine  of   Marxism, 

theses    on    explanations 884 

medical    and    economic    conditions, 

articles 842 

new    factories    established 986 

periodicals,  Indonesian  tribune 882 

political    affairs 881 

political  and  economic  publica- 
tions, articles 883,  897 

political    manifesto 1015 

political  parties  and  labor  move- 
ment,    articles 843 

press  articles,   translations 901 

private  and  public  economy 836 

problems   involved    in    development 

of  Swasta  Development  Bank_        807 

public  administration 8G5,  939 

public  schools,  religious  instruction, 

problems 831 

resettlement  efforts 1017 

sending  gift  packages  to 607 

socialist  aspirations   and   economic 

development 849 

textile  industry  and  local  develop- 
ment          965 

tobacco  production,  census  prepara- 
tions, and  foreign  investments     1022 
Indonesia  tribune  (periodical)  : 

translations 882 

Inductors,   nonlinear,  series  circuit —        138 
Industrial  accidents,  see  Accidents. 
Industrial   College   of   Armed   Forces, 
National      Security      Seminar, 
presentation  outlines  and  read- 
ing   lists 760-761 

Industrial    education,    trade    and    in- 
dustrial education   series 461 

Industrial  hygiene,  see  Hygiene. 
Industrial  lifts,  see  Lifts. 
Industrial  machinery,  see  Machinery. 
Industrial  plants,   see  Plants   (indus- 
trial). 
Industrial    wastes,    see    Waste   prod- 
ucts. 
Industry  : 

Communist  China — 

industrial  construction 1006 

internal  relationship  between  in- 
dustrial and  agricultural  pro- 
duction          855 

translations 1135 

current  industrial  reports 285-286 

Indonesia — 

aspects  of  industrialization 985 

economic  problems 806 

light- 
Communist   China,    achievements 

in  Chunking 824 

important  technical  accomplish- 
ments        826 

North  Vietnam — 

development  of  local  industry  in 

provinces 890 

responsibilities       of       industrial 

branches,  2d-half  of  1960 800 

Poland,  bonus  payments  at  indus- 
trial enterprises,  new  regula- 
tions       1098 

Rumanian  socialist,  development--     1026 
scientific    and    technical    personnel 

employed,    survey    report 1359 


Entry 
Industry — Continued 

water-using,  tuture  water  require- 
ments          403 

see   also   Manufactures   and   manu- 
facturers— also    names    of    in- 
dustries. 
Infants  : 

and  newborn,  native  to  high  alti- 
tudes, electrocardiographic  and 
vectorcardiographic  variability 

observations 124 

care  during  1st  year  of  life,  USSR 

study 811 

Infectious  diseases,  see  Contagion  and 

contagious  diseases. 
Inllamniable  materials,  methyl  ethyl 
ketone  and  methyl  isobutyl 
ketone,  flammability  limits  in 
bromochloromethane-air  mix- 
tures       1232 

Inllation   (finance)  : 

administered  prices,  hearings 394 

Int'ormatiou,   see   Public  Information. 
Information  services  : 
world  trade — 

economic   reports 631-634 

operations  reports 635-645 

statistical    reports 646-650 

Infrared  receivers,  see  Metascopes. 
Infrared      transmission      of      atmos- 
phere       1375 

Injuries : 

all-Union    conference    on    electrical 

traumatism,    USSR 914 

occurrence  in  water-supply  utili- 
ties       1169 

quarrying  industry,  1957 1195 

radiation,         glucose        absorption 

changes 886 

Ink,  measurement  and  iprinting  quali- 
ties          105 

Inlets,  see  Air  inlets   (aircraft). 
Insecticides : 

and  methods  of  application,  Soviet 

research  and  developments 1033 

chemical    plant    protection    agents 

research  in  China 911 

see  also  names  of  insecticides. 
Insects  : 

control,  importance  of  sanitation 1448 

cooperative  economic  insect  re- 
port, pictorial  keys 56 

Soviet  abstracts 987 

see  also  names  of  insects. 

Insignia,  military,  foreign  countries 147 

Inspection  (industrial),  see  names  of 

articles,  etc.,  inspected. 
Instability      of      induction       (theta) 

pinch 176 

Installations   (military)  : 

Air  Force  commercial  communica- 
tion   services,    manual 115 

Army,    continental    United    States, 

list 158 

Institute  of  Oeeanology  of  USSR 
Academy  of  Sciences,  Black 
Sea  Experimental  Scientific  Re- 
search Station  jubilee  confer- 
ence  report 777 

Instrumentation,  structures  for  air- 
blast  and  ground-shock  ef- 
fects         232 

Insular  Affairs  Bureau,  records,  pre- 
liminary   inventory 1334 

Insulation,  containers  for  transport 
of    materials    having    critical 

thermal  tolerances  to  heat 127 

Insurance,  see  types  of  insurance. 
Interior  Department,  Saline  water  re- 
search    development     progress 

report 739-740 

Intermountain  Forest  and  Range  Ex- 
periment Station,  research 
notes 668-669 


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Entry 

Internal  revenue  :  „,f, 

code  of  Federal  regulations .— -        <-*o 

internal    revenue   bulletin,    semian- 

nual ^^-^ 

report,  1960—  _,^ 

departmental    edition '*a 

document  edition ~r--7.—       '^^'^ 

International  agreements,  treaties 
and  other  international  agree- 

ments,    1959 .—      1538 

International  animal  feed  symposium 

papers -    obs-oyi 

International  Court  of  Justice,  juri- 
dical    questions    during    1959, 

USSR   study 9-^< 

International  Federation  of  Free 
Trade  Unions,  conspiracies 
against     African      and      Arab 

workers,  Egyptian  study 10U8 

International  law,  questions  before  In- 
ternational Court  during  1959, 

USSR   study 927 

International  relations :      ,     ^   , 
Communist     China,      selected     ar- 

tides ~*      y^^ 

Lenin    on    peaceful    coexistence    of 

capitalism  and  socialism lu4-i 

Interstate  and  Foreign  Commerce 
Committee  Senate  : 

hearings **^     qoq 

report °°^ 

Inventories  : 

and     production     management     ot 

southern    hardwoods o^ 

preliminary    inventories   series —   Iddl-rfo 
Investments:  _  moo 

Indonesia  foreign   investments--  lUZ^ 

private,   guaranty,   agreement  with 

^        Liberia 7—.—      ^^^^ 

United   States  business,  in  foreign 

countries •^*'' 

Iodine  isotopes,  radioactive,  in  diag- 
nosis and  therapy  of  cardio- 
vascular       diseases,         USbR 

study 

Ionization  potentials,  tables 223 

Ionizing  radiation,  clinical  changes 
in  cardiovascular  system  dur- 
ing  treatments,  USSR  study—  977 
Ionosphere,  electron  densities,  reeval- 
uation  derived  from  rocket 
measurements  of  refractive  in- 
dex and  attenuation 1304 

IPS  beetles,  see  Beetles. 

Iran :  ^  ^.c,, 

import  tariff  system -— b42i 

licensing  and  exchange  controls bdo 

reciprocal  trade  agreement  termina- 
tion,   agreement 1515 

surplus    agricultural    commodities, 

agreements 1525,  1530 

Kurdish    vanguard    party 938 

labor    movement ^'" 

Iron  : 

industry —  „_„ 

Communist   China »»» 

North  Korea ^»-' 

ore,    brown,   methods   and   costs   of 
producing  at  southern  Missouri 

mines 119b 

stabilization  of  silicone  lubricating 

liquids  above  200°   C 13S3 

see  also  Ferrous  metals. 
Iron    ores,    see    Iron — also    name    of 
special  iron  ore,  e.g.  Elmenite. 
Irradiation,    see    Gamma    ray.s — Neu- 
trons— Ultraviolet  rays. 
Irradiation  illness,  see  Radiation  ill- 
ness. 
Irrigation :                                  ^  ,       ^ 
guide    for    northeastern    Colorado, 
South    Platte   and   Republican 
River    watersheds 147i 


Entry 

Irrigation — Continued 

quality    of   surface    water,   western 

U.S.,     1957 716 

surface,  hydraulics  of,  proceedings 

of  ARS-CSC  workshop 45 

systems,  western,  weed  control 43 

water    evaporation    reduction    and 

seepage   control,    report 418 

Irrigation  .projects,    see    Reclamation 

of  land. 
Isotopes  : 

radioactive — 

further  use  in  Industry,  Commu- 
nist   China 900 

internally  deposited  in  Marshall- 
ese    people,    determination    by 

excretion  analysis 185 

use  for  determining  atmospheric 

turbulence,    USSR    study 979 

radioisotopic  methods  potential   in 
synthetic    detergent    and    soap 

industry 221 

(iee    also    names    of    isotopes,    e.g., 
Oxygen  isotopes. 
Israel,     newly     independent     nation, 

fact  sheet 1492 

Italy  : 

air  transport  services  agreement —     1497 
harpsichord-building    in    16th    and 

17th  century 1343 

mutual    defense    assistance,    agree- 
ment, disposition  of  equipment 

and   materials 1508 

periodical.     La     Stampa     and     La 

Stamina     sera,     index 1027,  1059, 

1076,  1094,  1111 
surplus    agricultural    commodities, 

agreement 1513 


Jackson,  Miss.  : 

Pearl    River   and    tributaries,    flood 
control,  engineer  report — 

departmental    edition 483 

document     edition 359 

Japan  : 

archeologieal    exploration   on    Hok- 
kaido       1346 

livestock    industry     boom,     market 

for   U.S.   grain 592 

.lapanese  beetles,  see  Beetles. 

Jaws,   tumors,   pathology 435 

JCS  pub.  series 758-759 

.lefiferson  National   Expansion  Memo- 
rial, general  information 1353 

Jersey  cattle,  see  Cattle. 
Jet  fuels,  see  Fuel, 
.lets,  jet  effects  on  base  drag  of  cylin- 
drical afterbody  with  extended 

nozzles 1279 

Job  analysis,  judgment,  literature  re- 
view with  implications  for  job 

evaluation 144 

Jobs,  see  Occupations — Training. 
Joint     Chiefs     of     Staff,     JCS     j)ul). 

series 7o8-7r)9 

Joint  Publications  Research  Service: 

JPRS    series 762-1153 

JPRS  R   (series) ll."i4-58 

Jordan  : 

newly      independent     nation,     fact 

slieet 1491 

point  4  program   (text  of  address)-      1493 

JPRS    series 762-1153 

JPRS  R   (series) 1154-58 

Judge  Advocate  General,  Army,  leS^il 

service,     pamphlet 154-loo 

Jndmnent  (logic)  : 

literature  review  with  implications 

for    job    evaluation 144 

Judiciary    Committee,    Senate,     hear- 

ings,    etc 394—39.) 

Justice   Department,    opinions   of   At- 

torney     General 1159-00 


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Entry 
K 

Kabeli  Svyazi  (publication)  : 

excerpts 838 

Kang  T'ieli  (periodical)  : 

extracts 779-781 

Kansas,    mineral    industry,    minerals 

yearbook     chapter 1205 

Kansu  Province,  China,  1959  final  ac- 
counts and  1960  draft  budget, 

report 794 

Karluk  Lake,  fecundity  of  red  salm- 
on         560 

Kattegat,  lights  and  fog  signals,  list-       735 
Kazakh     Soviet     Socialist     Republic, 

Academy  of  Sciences,  activity-     1051 
Kelsh  plotter,  see  Plotters. 
Kentucky  : 

electric  rate  book 524 

mineral  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1206 

Kerosene,  Federal  supply  schedule 555 

Ketones,  methyl  isobutyl,  flammabil- 
Ity  in  bromochloromethane-air 

mixtures 1232 

see  also  Butanone. 
Key  to  meteorological  records  docu- 
mentation       1571 

Kidnapping,  laws,  compilation 347 

Kidneys,  rauwolfla  alkaloids,  effect  on 
renal  hemodynamics  in  hyper- 
tension,   USSR   study 955 

Kilns  : 

dried  lumber,  effect  of  solid  storage 
on  uniformity  of  final  mois- 
ture   content 686 

news  and  views  of  kiln  drying  busi- 
ness     656-657 

Kinetics,  radicals  in  chain  reactions, 

USSR   study 764 

Kirln  Province,  China : 

economic  plan,  1960 872 

final  accounts  1959  and  1960  draft 

budget 801 

reports  at   2d   Provincial  People's 

Congress 820 

transportation 821 

work    report 790 

Kodiak  Island,  northeastern  area, 
Alaska,  soil  survey  and  vegeta- 
tion       1480 

Kommunist  (periodical)  : 

selected     translations 1077 

Korea : 
North — 

coking  bases  expanded 786 

economic    report 1118 

iron   and  steel  industry 889 

modern      literature      and      Han 

Sor-ya 893 

socialism,  growth,  achievements, 

etc 1144 

People's  Democratic  Republic,  see, 

above.  North. 
surplus    agricultural    commodities, 

agreement 1507 

unification   record   1943-60 1488 

Korean    literature,    contributions    of 

Han     Sor-ya 893 

KSC,  see  Communist  Party  of  Czecho- 
slovakia. 
Kuang-Ming    daily,    ideological    sub- 
jects. Communist  China,  arti- 
cles          969 

Kurdistan,     establishment     of     Iraqi 

Communist   Party 938 

L 

L  series 303-4 

Labels,       commercial,       copyrighted, 

Jan.-June  1960 430 


Entry 
Labor : 

African  and  Arab  workers,  con- 
spiracies of  I.F.F.T.U.  against, 

Egyptian    study 1008 

American  worker's  fact  book 1161 

Communist  China,  plans,  organiza- 
tion,   etc 936 

foreign  labor  information 1182 

Indonesia  movement,  articles 843 

monthly  labor  review,  reprints 1184-85 

older    workers   problems   in    States 

(statement) 1163 

telephone  system  construction  con- 
tract,  REA 1458 

USSR,     labor    force,     reproduction 

and    balance 1040 

Yugoslavia,  workers  self-manage- 
ment and  division  of  labor 1043 

see     also     Hours     of     labor — Man- 
power— Women. 
Labor    and    Public    Welfare    Commit- 
tee, Senate,  committee  print 396 

Labor  Department,  history,  etc 1161 

Labor  force,  see  Labor. 
Labor  laws  : 

State  labor  laws  affecting  women — 

Arizona 1580 

Delaware 1581 

District  of  Columbia 1582 

Illinois 1583 

Massachusetts 1584 

North  Dakota 1585 

see     also      Child     labor — Labor 
standards. 
Labor      organizations,      see      Labor 

unions. 
Labor  standards : 

fair  labor   standards  act,   services 

to  public 1568 

State  child-labor  standards,  sum- 
mary of  laws 1164 

Labor  Standards  Bureau  : 

bulletins 1164-65 

leaflets 1167-68 

Labor  Statistics  Bureau  : 

BLSI  report  series 1169 

bulletins 1170-80 

bulletins  1915-59,  subject  index  and 
annotated  listing  1895-1959 — 

departmental  edition 1170 

document  edition 353 

Labor  unions,  Iraq  labor  movement 876 

Laboratory    apparatus    and    supplies, 
equipment.       Federal       supply 

schedule 549 

Lacquer  and  lacquering : 

census  of  manufactures,  1958,  in- 
dustry report 276 

current  industrial  reports 285 

Laissez    faire,     progress    under    free 
enterprise  system   (excerpts  of 

address) 333 

Lake    Ho    National    Wildlife    Refuge, 

general    information 572 

Lake  States,  see  Great  Lake  States. 
Lake  States  Forest  Experiment  Sta- 
tion : 

station    papers 670-671 

technical    notes 672-674 

Lamb  : 

purchase  specifications  require- 
ments approved  by  USDA 28 

standards  for  grade 38 

Laminated  materials  : 

glass  reinforced  polyester  lam- 
inates, effects  of  sea  water  im- 
mersion      1463 

honeycomb       bonded        structures, 

bonding    inspection 580 

Land : 

and  water  potentials  and  future  re- 
quirements for  water,  report-       407 
making  land  produce  useful  wild- 
life          70 


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Entry 

Land — Continued 

subdivision  regulations 725 

see  also  Soil  conservation. 
Land  burning,  see  Burning  of  land. 
Land    reform,    Indonesia    still    recog- 
nizes private  ownership 1089 

Landing   (aircraft)  : 

altimeter  errors 1296 

reentry   capsule   with   torus-shaped 

air  bag  for  load  alleviation —     1318 
Landing  strips,   see  Runways    (aero- 
nautics). 
Language  and  languages,  Communist 
China,    language   reform,    spot 

report 1071 

Laos :  ,„ 

establishment    of     Central    Water 

Supply  Co 770 

financial  situation,  analysis 772 

post    and    telecommunications    re- 
port        771 

Lateral  stability,  see  Stability  of  air- 
craft. 
Latin  America : 

communist   threat,    hearings 376 

estimated  food  balances  of  20  re- 
publics        585 

Latitude,  ratio  between  amplitude  and 

length  of  meridian  arc 1156 

Lattice  theories,  tables  of  Einstein 
energy,  specific  heat,  and  de- 
rivative specific  heat  func- 
tions       1397 

Latvian  Soviet  Socialist  Republic, 
Academy  of  Sciences,  symbolic 
programming      for      electronic 

computer 841 

Laughter  and  sin,  USSR 817 

Law : 

Judge  Advocate  legal  service.  Army 

pamphlet 154-156 

procurement    legal    service.    Army 

pamphlet 162 

see  also  International  law — also 
subjects. 
Lawyers,  fees  in  workmen's  compen- 
sation, report  of  standards  and 
procedures  in  State  legisla- 
tion       1165 

Lead,  Trl-State  zinc-lead  district, 
catalog  of  recorded  exploration 

drilling 1197 

Leadership : 

cadres,     must    be    concrete,    Com- 
munist China 895 

civil  defense  aspects  (address) 300 

Leaflets,   see   names   of   departments, 
etc.,  issuing  leaflets — also  sub- 
jects. 
Leather,     hides    and    skins,     leather 
goods,  census  of  manufactures, 

1958,  industry  report 277 

see  also  names  of  articles  manufac- 
tured from  leather. 
Leave  of   absence.    Federal   agencies, 
prlncioles      and       procedures, 

G.A.O.  guidance  manual 703 

Lectures,  see  Addresses,  lectures,  etc. 
Legal  services,  see  Law. 

Persian  clover,  culture,  uses,  etc —         86 

seed,    exports <^9<i 

Lenin,  Vladimir  I. : 

forecasts   for   practical   realization 

of  socialism  and  communism.       903 
peaceful   coexistence   of   capitalism 

and  socialism 1042 

theory,    problem    of    peaceful    co- 
existence      1035 

Lenses,  see  Objectives  (optics). 

Let  us  utilize  everything  under  the 

sun.  Communist  China 874 

Lhasa,     Tibet,     handicraft    industry, 

growth  of  new  force 878 


Entry 
Liao-yuan,  China,  from  small  native 
group  to  combined  enterprise, 
several   methods   used   by   city 

in  variety  undertakings 808 

Liberia,  guaranty  of  private  invest- 
ments agreement 1506 

Libraries,  public,  rural  areas.  State 
plans    under   Library    services 

act,   progress  report 464 

see    also     names    of    libraries,    or 
places  where  located. 
Library  extension,  see  Libraries. 
Library  list,  Agriculture  Department-       104 
Library  of  Congress : 

collection  of  papers  of  Robert  W. 

Woolley,  register 1192 

Music    Division,    description,    serv- 
ices,   etc 1191 

National  Exhibition  of  prints,  cata- 
log       1190 

Libya,  economic  assistance  agree- 
ment       1512 

Lice : 

cattle,  control,  methods 84 

neotropical  Mallophaga,  studies 1344 

Trochillphagidae,     new    family    of 

lice  of  hummingbirds,  study 1344 

Licenses : 

licensing  controls — 

Denmark 641 

Ethiopia 639 

Hong  Kong 636 

Iran 635 

Norway 637 

see  also  classes  of  persons  to  whom, 
or  subjects  for  which,  licenses 
are  issued. 
Life  boats,  CO2  inflatable,  operation 

and  maintenance,  manual 1464 

Life  in  Hanoi,  North  Vietnam 898 

Lifts,  industrial,  standard  of  trade 241 

Light,  luminance  required  of  opaque 
and  transparent  cathode-ray- 
tube    phosphors 1399 

Light  valves,  self-attenuating,  feasi- 
bility design  and  study 140 

Lights    and    lighting,     Hydrographic 

Office,  list 735 

Lignite,  North  Dakota,  combustion  in 

domestic  heaters 1233 

Lime,  production,  etc.,  1960,  prelim- 
inary report 1229 

Lime-soda  sintering,  viscosity  data 
from  lime  soda  sinter  slurries, 

method  for  evaluating 1236 

Lincoln  Sesquicentennial  Commis- 
sion,   final    report 1193 

Lindane,  sprays  to  control  IPS  beetles 
in    California,    directions    for 

using 681 

Linear  scanner  in  clinical  studies 209 

Lipids,  blood  changes  in  hypertensive 
patients  under  reserpine  ther- 
apy,  USSR   study 852 

Liquid  metals,  see  Metals. 
Liquids,  nonatomic,  state  of  matter, 
4th       all-Union       conference, 

Ukraine,    report 1003 

Liquors,   laws,   compilation 350 

Literature : 

Communist  China,  literary  criti- 
cism of  some  writers'  view- 
points          857 

ethnic  minorities.  Northern  Viet- 
nam         870 

see  also  Russian  literature. 
Lithographic  ink,  see  Ink. 
Lithography,  trainee,  examination  an- 
nouncement          313 

Little  Rock,  Ark. : 

census  of  business,  1958,  standard 
metropolitan  area,  central  busi- 
ness district  statistics 263 


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Entry 
Little  Rock,  Ark. — Continued 
occupational  wage  survey — 

departmental  edition 1176 

document   edition 369 

Little  Sandy  River : 

flood   control,   engineer   report — 

departmental    edition 476 

document  edition 358 

Live  stock,  see  Livestock. 
Liver,   antitoxic  function  In  patients 
with    chronic   alcoholism    dur- 
ing periods  of  acute  intoxica- 
tion   and    of    abstinence    from 

alcohol,  USSR  study 920 

Livestock  : 

care     and     breeding.     Communist 

China    directive 966 

Japan,    industry    boom    as    market 

for  U.S.   grain 592 

marketing  costs  and  margins 90 

Ohio  agricultural  statistics 34 

production      units,      relative     feed 

needs,  1910-58 102 

reports,  content  and  dates  of  re- 
lease,   1961 23 

residues  in  carcasses,  Meat  Inspec- 
tion   Division    responsibilities 

(address) 55 

tuberculosis  eradication,  Federal- 
State  cooperative  program,  sta- 
tistical tables,  1959 53 

see  also  Food  for  livestock. 
Living  conditions,  see  Cost  and  stand- 
ard of  living. 
Load  (mechanics)  : 
aerodynamic,  unswept-wing-fuselage 
combination,  effect  of  leading- 
edge       droop       at       transonic 

speeds 1267 

aeroelasticity,  flutter  status  of  flat 

and  curved  panels 1275 

buckled   rectangular   plates 1326 

gust  loads  on  wing  model  caused  by 
blast-induced  gust  increasing 
angle  of  attack  into  stall  re- 
gion, investigation 1266 

landing  characteristics  of  reentry 
capsule  with   torus-shaped  air 

bag  for  alleviation 1318 

pressure  produced  on  flat-plate  wing 
by  rocket  jets  exhausting  in 
spanwise  dU'ection  below  wing 
and  perpendicular  to  free- 
stream  flow  of  Mach  no.  2.0 1285 

span  loadings  due  to  wing  twist  at 
transonic       and        supersonic 

speeds 1274 

tail,   caused  by  blast-induced  gust, 

experimental    investigation 1271 

transport-airplane  wings,  fatigue 
tests  with  constant  and  vari- 
able amplitude  loading  sched- 
ules       1313 

wing,  caused  by  blast-induced  gust, 

experimental  results 1273 

Loading  ramps,  see  Ramps. 
Loans : 

air  carriers  for  cargo  aircraft,  guar- 
antee hearings 390 

Federal  reserve  member  banks  ex- 
ecutive officers,  regulations 535 

veterans,    guaranteed    and    direct, 

questions  and  answers 1567 

see  also  Mortgages. 
Lodgepole  pine,  see  Pine. 
Logging,    see   Lumbering — Timber. 
Logging  roads,  see  Roads  and  high- 
ways. 
Logs : 

bucking  practices  for  top  quality, 

effect  on  tree  value 1559 

effect   of   road    design    on   hauling 

costs,  logging  road  handbook 68 


Entry 
Logs — Continued 

grade  analyses,  indirect  calculation 

method 663 

saw,  southern  pine,  weight  scal- 
ing         699 

Longevity,       struggle       for,       USSR 

study 1120 

Longitudinal    stability,    see   Stability 
of  aircraft. 

Loudoun  County,  Va.,  soil  survey 1474 

Louisiana  : 

Calcasieu  River  and  Pass,  channel 
improvement,  engineer  re- 
port— 

departmental    edition 470 

document  edition 356 

mineral  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1207 

Lubricants : 

Federal    supply   schedule 555 

silicone  liquids,  stabilization  above 
200°  C — 
iron,   copper,   cerium,   and  other 

metal    compounds 1383 

oxidation  inhibitors  and  high  sur- 
face solids 1376 

Luggage,  see  Baggage. 
Lumber : 

cut  by  circular  mills  in  North  Caro- 
lina,   thickness    variation 702 

family  fallout  shelters  of  wood 305 

farm       framing,        selecting       for 

strength 85 

klln-drled,  effect  of  solid  storage  on 
uniformity    of    final    moisture 

content 686 

sources    for    furniture    plants    in 

North    Carolina 696 

see  also  Logs. 
Lumbering : 

effect  of  road  design  on  cost  of  haul- 
ing logs,  logging  road  hand- 
book   63 

skyline     cable     logging     on     steep 

slopes,  report  on  test 695 

Wyssen  cable  system 655 

Luminance,  see  Light. 
Luxembourg,   mutual   defense  assist- 
ance, agreement 1517,  1532 

M 

M.M.S.   series 1219-29 

McGill  symposium  on  microwave  op- 

.r       V.  "*^^ 108 

Machine  guns,   submachine,   military 

standard 447 

Machine  tools,  Czechoslovakia,  direc- 
tives for  modernization 1108 

Machinery  : 

construction    industry,    USSR    and 

US  competition,  prospects 1107 

Industry,    census   of   manufactures, 

-1958,  Industry  report 279 

industry      In     Communist      China, 

1959 1009 

reinforcement  binding,   Communist 

China 804 

Soviet    machine    building,    selected 

translations 928,  995, 1125 

see  also  names  or  types  of  machin- 
ery. 
McMInn    County,    Tenn.,    forest    In- 
ventory   statistics 1557 

Magnesium : 

compounds,     production,     etc.,     In 

1960,  preliminary  report 1223 

production,  etc.,  1960,  prelimi- 
nary   report 1222 

Magnetic  amplifiers,  see  Amplifiers. 
Magnetic  surveys : 

Chashnlkl  anomaly 1154 

Savran'  anomaly 1157 

Magnetic  trlodes,  see  Trlodes. 


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Entry 
Magnetism,    role    in    space    program 

(remarks) l-i^y 

see  also  Terrestrial  magnetism. 

Magnetization,   amplifier  circuits 

Maintenance  of  equipment : 

general,    field    and   depot   mainten- 
ance   manual 

operator,   organizational,   field   and 

depot  maintenance  manual 

Malaya: 

peoples  and  land,  fact  sheet 148o 

sending  gift  packages  to 60^ 

Malignant  tumors,  see  Cancer. 
Mallophaga,  see  Lice. 
Manning  of  vessels,  see  Ships. 
Manpower:  ,  ,ioo 

Communist  China,  utilization Ho.^ 

health  manix)wer   source  book 1439 

Manpower    and    Employment    Statis- 

tics  Division,  progress  report-     1187 
Manuals,   see  names  of  departments, 
etc.,      issuing      manuals — also 
subjects. 
Manufactures  and  manufacturers : 
census,  1958 — 

industry    reports——-—-—  ^b8-^su 
announcement  and  order  form_       258 
employment,       diversification       for 

States  and  metropolitan  areas  -       237 
foreign,    of    farm    machinery    and 

equipment,     directory 2i5 

payroll  hours,  composition,  1958— 

departmental    edition 1171 

document     edition 3b4 

small   manufacturers,   management 

aids 1465 

Mao  Tse-tung : 

ideology , 'Vn 

military    thought my 

Maps  and  charts  : 

copyrighted,  Jan.-June  1960 429 

Hydrographic   Office,   chart   correc- 
tion   list 726 

mapping    procedures 710—711 

Mississippi    River   Commission    an- 
nouncement        1-40 

see     also     Aerial     mapping — also 
names  of  localities — also  sub- 
jects. 
Marhaenism,  see  Communism. 
Marine  borers  : 

control,     evaluation     of     creosote- 
resin    solutions    and    creosote 

distillation  fractions 1400 

toxicity   of   chemicals 158b 

Marine  Corps,  officers,  register 1367 

Marine  Corps  War  Memorial,  see 
United  States  Marine  Corps 
War  Memorial. 
Marine  fauna,  data  on  quantitative 
distribution  on  floor  of  Atlan- 
tic Ocean,   USSR  study 982 

Marine    insurance,    problems    in    field 

(address) 519 

Marine  science,   see  Oceanography. 
Marines,  see  Marine  Corps. 
Maritime     Administration,      SP      se- 
ries      517-519 

Maritime  service,  see  Shipping. 
Market  diseases  of  grapes  and  other 

small    fruits 64 

Markets  and  marketing : 

acreage-marketing     guides 11 

marketing    bulletins 87-88 

marketing  research  reports 89-95 

uses   of  marketing   information   by 

farmers    in   Michigan 19 

see  also  names  or  classes  of  com- 
modities, etc.,  marketed. 
Marking,  identification,  of  copper  and 
copper    base    alloy    mill    prod- 
ucts, Federal  standard 543 


Entry 

Marshall  Islands,  radioactive  isotopes 
internally  deposited  in  Mar- 
shallese  people,    determination 

by  excretion  analysis 185 

Marxism,  see  Communism. 

Maryland,   electric   rate  book 525 

Masonry,  types  used  in  building,  lim- 
itations,   engineering   manual-       480 
Mass    transfer,    chemical   engineering 
unit     operations,     Soviet     re- 
search   and    development 251 

Massachusetts  : 

Chicopee  River  Basin  and  tribu- 
taries, flood  control,  engineer 
report — 

departmental    edition 471 

document    edition 355 

Farmington  River  basin  flood  con- 
trol, engineer  report — 

departmental    edition 472 

document     edition 360 

women,  labor  laws,  summary 1584 

Masses  daily   (Chinese  periodical)  : 

selected     translations 892 

Master's    degrees,    see    Degrees    (col- 
leges, universites,  etc.),. 
Materials  : 

aircraft,     fatigue     damage     under 

varying  stress  amplitudes 1320 

cadmium,  reactor  application,  sur- 
vey        192 

defense  materials  system  program 
identification    symbols,    use    to 

segregate  purchase  orders 1454 

phosphorescent  and  fluorescent, 
temperature  effect  on  lumi- 
nance      1372 

radioactive,  shipping  at  NRTS 236 

reactor,    aqueous    corrosion,    AEC- 

EURATOM  conference  papers-       227 
reactor  control,  comparative  evalu- 
ation   method 189 

review  by  Chemical  Warfare  Lab- 
oratories         292 

spacecraft,  low-pressure  and  radia- 
tion environment  problems 1298 

telephone  system  construction  con- 
tract,   REA 1458 

see  also  Raw  materials. 
Mathematics,      probability      distribu- 
tions useful  in  war  games  and 
other     competitive    situations, 

tables 1386 

Mattamuskeet  National  Wildlife  Ref- 
uge, general  information 569 

MB   series 1566 

Meals,  see  Food. 

Measurement    of    ink    and    printing 

qualities 105 

Measurements,   see   Electric   measure- 
ments— Radio  measurements. 
Meat : 

marketing  costs  and  margins 90 

purchase  specifications  require- 
ments approved  by  USDA 27-31 

Meat  animals,  see  Livestock. 
Meat     Inspection     Division,     respon- 
sibilities  for   control    of   addi- 
tives and  residues  (address) —         55 
Mechanization,  see  Automation. 
Medical    and     biological     aspects     of 

energies  of  space    (address) —     1247 
Medical   bulletin,    Medicine   and   Sur- 
gery Dept.,   VA 1566 

Medical  care  : 

Air    Force    manual 117 

Indonesia 842 

older  farm  family,  costs 67 

State  public  assistance  plans 1469 

USSR,  measures  for  improvement-       944 
Medical      supplies,     Federal      supply 

schedules 547-548 

Medical  technicians,  examination  an- 
nouncement          309 


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Entry 
Medicine  : 

Communist     China,      development, 

practice,  etc 929 

medical  bulletin 156b 

papers   on    medical   sciences.    Com- 
munist China 863 

School  of  Aviation  Medicine  publi- 
cations      122-126 

USSR,    Academy    of    Medical    sci- 
ences, activities  in  Presidium-       810 
see    also    Healing    art — Veterinary 
medicine. 
Medicine    and    Surgery    Department, 

medical    bulletin 1566 

Medicines,  see  Drugs. 
Mediterranean     Sea,     sailing     direc- 
tions     731-732 

Meigs  County,  Tenn.,  forest  inventory 

statistics 1557 

Melons,     spring,     acreage     marketing 

guides 11 

Member    banks,    see   Federal    reserve 

member  banks. 
Memorandums,  see  names  of  depart- 
ments,  etc.,   issuing  memoran- 
dums. 
Memorial    services,    Douglas   H.   Elli- 
ott         337 

Memorials,  see  names   of  memorials. 

Meningitis,  causes,   control,  etc 1438 

Meningococcus,    control    measures    to 

prevent    meningitis 1438 

Mental  institutions  : 

patients,    1958 1341 

private,  mental  defectives  and  epi- 
leptics.    1958 1341 

USSR  psychiatric  institutions,  com- 
position    and     disposition     of 

patients 952 

Mentally  ill,  patients  in  USSR  psychi- 
atric   institutions,    treatment, 

etc    952 

Mentally    retarded,    private    institu- 
tions, 1958 1341 

Merchant  Marine  and  Fisheries  Com- 
mittee, House,  hearings 378 

Metal  sheeting,  see  Sheet  metal. 
Metallurgists,  examination  announce- 
ment           308 

Metallurgy  : 

ferrous,    production    cost   planning 

development,    USSR 815 

industry,    development   in    People's 

Republic  of  China 861,  967,  1078 

see  also  names  of  metals. 
Metals : 

and  metal  products,   tariff  classifi- 
cation study,  explanatory  and 

background  materials 1552 

Federal  test  method  standard 557 

industries,  technologic  trends,  min- 
erals yearbook  chapter 1239 

liquid,    viscosity    relation   to   other 

properties 180 

rare,  prospecting  for  and  evaluat- 
ing, USSR  criticism  of  article-  949 
see  also  Ferrous  metals. — Weld 
metal — also  names  of  metals. 
Metascopes,  Polan  model  P-141,  op- 
eration, organizational,  field 
and  depot  maintenance  man- 
ual        163 

Meteorology  : 

extreme    value    statistics,    methods 

of    application 121 

records  documentation 1571 

Methyl  ethyl  ketone,  see  Butanone. 
Methyl  isobutyl  ketone,  see  Ketones. 
Methylstyrenes,        a,        homogeneous 

ionic  polymerized  preparation.     1402 

Mexico,  sending  gift  packages  to 608 

Michigan  : 

climatic   summary,    1931-52 1569 

streambank  stabilization,  survey 671 


Entry 
Michigan — Continued 

upper,    hardwood,     residual    stand 
density    and    development    of 

reproduction 674 

uses   of  marketing  information  by 

farmers 19 

Microbiology,    Soviet    research    utiliz- 
ing   radiation    and    ultrasonic 

techniques 250 

Microwaves  : 

electrical    discharge    investigation, 
comparison      with      Langmuir 

probe 1380 

optics,   papers,   collection 108 

Middle  East,  see  East  (Middle  East). 
Migrant  labor,  farm,  situation  today 

and  background  data 396 

Militarism,  thought  of  Mao  Tse-tung-     1119 
Military  aid  : 

agreements  with — - 

Denmark 1505 

Federal  Republic  of  Germany 1531 

Italy 1508 

Luxembourg 1517,  1532 

Netherlands    1496 

Portugal    1523 

Military  art  and  science  : 

anti-submarine     warfare,     role     of 

Navy 1365 

selected    translations    on    Eastern 

Europe 782,  823 

Soviet  translations 1018, 

1053,     1064-65,     1079-80,    1084, 
1103,  1113,  1115. 
Military    education,    Soviet    transla- 
tions       1041 

Military      equipment,      see     Military 

supplies. 
Military  explosives,  see  Explosives. 

Military    handbook 439 

Military   index.   Defense  Department, 

specifications  and  standards —       438 
Military     information,     report    from 

Albania   945 

Military    installations,    see    Installa- 
tions  (military);. 
Military     missions,     agreement    with 

Costa   Rica 1528 

Military    pay,    see    Pay,    allowances, 

etc. 
Military  research  : 

Army    research    and    development, 

newrsmagazine 150 

program  evaluation  task,   report —     1406 

Military   standards 440-448 

see  also   Standards  and  standardi- 
zation. 
Military  supplies  : 

Air  Force  manuals,  supply  and/or 

maintenance 110-114 

air  movement  of  equipment,  techni- 
cal  manual 165 

Army  procurement  procedure .-       149 

procurement  and  supply,  economic 

aspects,     report 343 

sale,    agreement   with   Federal   Re- 
public of   Germany 1531 

standardization       policies,      proce- 
dures, etc.,  manual,  notices-  436-437 
surplus,      disposition,      agreements 
with — 

Chile    1496 

Italy    1508 

Portugal    1523 

transfer,  agreement  with  Haiti 1502 

Military    terms,    United    States,    dic- 
tionary for  joint  usage 758 

Milk: 

pricing,    responsibility    of    Federal 

Government    37 

production,    monthly    report 33 

Vermont,   flavor   improvement   pro- 
gram      41 

Milking  Shorthorn  cattle,  see  Cattle. 


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Entry 
Mills,  see  Floor  covering  mills — Grain 

mills — Sawmills. 
Mlmbar  Indonesia   (periodical)  : 

translations    882 

Mimeograph  paper,  Federal  standard-       539 
Mindszenty,  Joseph,  under  the  Cardi- 
nal's mantle,  USSR  article—       816 
Mineral-fuels,  see  Fuel. 
Mineral  industries,  see  Minerals. 
Mineral  lands,  quitclaim  oil  and  gas 
rights  to  Alaska  homesteaders, 

hearings 388 

Minerals  : 

Alaska  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1199 

California  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1200 

Colorado  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1201 

demineralizing    of    sea    water,    gas 

hydrates    use 740 

Florida  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1202 

Illinois  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1203 

Indiana  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1204 

Industries — 

census,    1958,    final   industry   re- 
ports, announcement  and  order 

form 259 

technologic       trends,       minerals 

yearbook  chapter 1239 

Kansas  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1205 

Kentucky  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1206 

Louisiana  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1207 

mineral  market  reports 1219-29 

Montana  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1208 

New  York  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1209 

nonmetallic,  and  products,  tariff 
classification  study,  explana- 
tory and  background  mate- 
rials        1551 

Ohio    industry,    minerals    yearbook 

chapter    1210 

Oklahoma  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1211 

Pennsylvania     industry,     minerals 

yearbook  chapter 1212 

Tennessee  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1218 

Texas  industry,  minerals  yearbook 

chapter    1214 

Utah   industry,    minerals   yearbook 

chapter    1215 

Virginia  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1216 

West    Virginia    industry,    minerals 

yearbook  chapter 1217 

Wyoming  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1218 

Mines  and  mining : 

bibliography 1198 

Communist  China  industry 880 

Indonesia,    economic   problems 806 

see     also      Emerald      mines — also 
names  of  metals  and  minerals 
mined — also  names  of  mines. 
Mines  Bureau  : 

information  circulars 1195-97 

publications  issued,  1910-60 1198 

reports    of    investigations 1230-37 

Minimum  wage,  see  Wages. 
Mint,    San    Francisco,    old    building, 
disposition    as    surplus    prop- 
erty, opinion  of  Attorney  Gen- 
eral         1160 

Miracles,  cures,  do  they  exist,  USSR 

refutation 818 


Entry 
Miscellaneous  publications,  see  names 
of    departments,    etc..    Issuing 
publications. 
Missiles  : 

books,    list 1424 

coplanar  triple-body  configurations, 
lateral-directional  aerodynam- 
ic    characteristics     at     Mach 

numbers  from  0.6  to  1.4 1250 

reinforced  plastics,  military  hand- 
book         439 

self-adaptive    guidance    system    for 

statistical  inputs 1292 

USSR  bibliography  1956-60 157 

Mississippi,  electric  rate  book 526 

Mississippi  River  and  Valley,  alluvial 
valley.  Cape  Girardeau,  Mo.,  to 
Gulf  of  Mexico,  La.,  topo- 
graphic maps,  announcement-  1240 
Missouri,  southern,  brown  li'on  ore, 
methods  and  costs  of  pro- 
ducing       1196 

Missouri     Basin    Inter-Agency     Com- 
mittee : 
minutes — 

lOSth-llSth  meeting,  index 1241 

113th   meeting 1242 

114th   meeting 1243 

Missouri  River  and  Valley,  surface 
water   supply    of    basin    above 

Sioux  City,  Iowa 718 

Mitral  stenosis,  see  Stenosis. 

MMS  series 1219-29 

Modified    woods 662 

Moisture : 

content  of  kiln  dried  lumber,  effect 

of    solid    storage 686 

green-fuel  and  soil  vegetation 
trends  in  southern  California, 

1959 685 

see  also  Water — Wood. 

Monahans,  Tex.,  railroad  accident 752 

Le  Monde   (periodical)  : 

index 1069 

Money : 

International    currency   and  credit 

relations   of   USSR 805 

supply,   new  measure 530 

Mongolia  : 

agriculture,  socialist  transforma- 
tion, USSR  study 978 

election  of  deputies  and  revisions 

to  constitution,  translations 1055 

youth,   all-out  efforts  for  develop- 
ment of  socialist  construction.       765 
Monographs,    see    names    of    depart- 
ments,     etc.,      issuing     mono- 
graphs. 
Monolayers,  see  Monomolecular  films. 
Monomolecular  films,    catalase  films, 

force-area  study 1391 

Monopolies,  Clayton  act,  interlocking 

bank  directorates,  regulations-       534 
Monroe   County,   Tenn.,  forest  Inven- 
tory   statistics 1557 

Montana,  mineral  industry,  minerals 

yearbook    chapter 1208 

Montgomery,  Ala.,  census  of  business, 
1958,  standard  metropolitan 
area,  central  business  district 

statistics 264 

Moon,  knowledge,  theories  of  origin, 
etc.,     summary,     introductory 

booklet 107 

Morale,   airman,   dimensions 143 

Mormacglen  (steamship)  : 

launching    (addresses)/ 334,  518 

Morocco,  sending  gift  packages  to 609 

Mortgages,    farm,    recorded    Jan.    l'- 

Mar.  31,  1959,  characteristics-         51 
Mosquitoes,  southeastern  U.S.,  hand- 
book    61 

Moths,  see  European  pine  shoot 
moths — Gypsy  moth. 


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Bmtry 

Motion : 

orbits  of  artificial  satellites — 

based  on  Hansen's  theory  of  per- 
turbation       1302 

first  order  perturbations  due  to 

oblateness  of  earth 1322 

Motion  picture  theaters,  world  survey 

of    facilities 255 

Motion  pictures,  Presidential  inaugu- 
rations,   list 1336 

Motor  carriers  : 

cost   study    of    freight    transporta- 
tion         748 

transport  statistics,  report  1959 757 

Motor  fuel,  aircraft,  fuel-lgnition- 
suppresslon  capability  of  foam- 
covered   runways 1392 

Motor  vehicles,  road-user  and  prop- 
erty   taxes,    study 1452 

Mountain  pine  beetle,  see  Beetles. 

Mouth,  tumors  of  odontogenic  appa- 
ratus and  jaws 435 

Moving  picture  theaters,  see  Motion 
picture  theaters. 

MP  series 305 

Municipalities,  see  Cities  and  towns. 

Munitions,  international  control  and 
reduction,  report  of  NPA  Spe- 
cial  Project   Committee 385 

Music  Division,  Library  of  Congress, 

description,   services,  etc 1191 

Musical  instruments,  see  names  of 
instruments. 

Mutton,  purchase  spicificatious  re- 
quirements approved  by 
USDA 28 

Mutual  aid,  see  Military  aid. 

Mutual  defense,  see  Military  aid. 

Mutual  security,  see  Foreign  aid — 
Military  aid. 

Myocardial  infarct,  see  Heart  dis- 
eases. 

IV 

N.A.C.A.,  see  National  Advisory 
Committee  for  Aeronautics. 

N.A.S.A.,  see  National  Aeronautics 
and  Space  Administration. 

N.B.S.,  see  National  Bureau  of  Stand- 
ards. 

N.G.B.,  see  National  Guard  Bureau. 

N.R.A.B.,  see  National  Railroad  Ad- 
justment Board. 

NACA,  see  National  Advisory  Com- 
mittee for  Aeronautics. 

Nails  and  spikes,  wire  nails,  six- 
penny and  eightpenny,  spacing 
in  Douglas-fir  multi-nail 
joints 660 

Nance  County,  Nebr.,  soil  survey 1477 

NASA,  see  National  Aeronautics  and 
Space  Administration. 

National  Advisory  Committee  for 
Aeronautics,  research  memo- 
randum  RM    (series) 1248-85 

National  Aeronautics  and  Space  Ad- 
ministration : 

NASA  technical   notes 1286-1320 

NASA  technical   translations 1321-25 

technical  reports 1326-28 

National  Agricultural  Advisory  Com- 
mittee, report  to  the  Presi- 
dent      1422 

National  Aquarium,  general  informa- 
tion         561 

National  Archives  and  Records  Serv- 
ice : 
preliminary  inventories,  series —   1331-35 
special    lists 1336 

National  atlas  of  United  States  (sep- 
arate sheets) 1572-73 

National  Bureau  of  Standards  : 

miscellaneous    publications 1337 

monograph    1338 


Entry 
National  Bureau  of  Standards — Continued 

•scientific  information 1362 

technical    note 1339 

National  Committee  of  Chinese  Peo- 
ple's     Political      Consultative 

Conference,     speeches 971 

National  Conference  on  Water  Pol- 
lution : 

bulletin 1483 

clean     water,     chart     book,     work 

paper 1434 

program 1444 

recreation  and  clean  water 1446 

research    program 1435 

National  Conference  on  Weights  and 

Measures,  report,  1960 1387 

National  defense  : 
agreements  with — 

Australia 1501 

Canada    1526 

Chile    1522 

Colombia 1503 

Haiti    1502 

Norway 1504 

Peru 1534 

Portugal    1527 

Spain 1516 

materials  system  program  identifi- 
cation symbols,  use  to  segre- 
gate purchase  orders 1454 

see  also  Civilian  defense. 

National  electric  rate  books 522-528 

National  Emergency  Alarm  Repeater 
system,  indoor  attack  warning, 

information 304 

National  Exhibition  of  Prints,  held  at 

Library  of  Congress,  catalog 1190 

National  Guard  Bureau  : 

NGB  pamphlet 1340 

trophies,  indoor  rifle  matches,  post- 
al,  announcement  of  winners, 

pamphlet 1340 

National  health  survey,  health  sta- 
tistics     1440-41 

National  monuments  and  memorials, 
see    names    of    monuments    or 
memorials. 
National  Museum : 

bulletins ^i*^~fi 

proceedings 1344—46 

National  Planning  Association,  Spe- 
cial Project  Committee  on  Se- 
curity through  Arms  Control, 

report 385 

National  Railroad  Adjustment  Board, 

awards 1356-57 

National     Reactor     Testing     Station, 

shipping  radioactive  material-       236 

National  resources,  clean  water 1435 

National  Science  Foundation  : 

current   research   and   development 

in  scientific  documentation 1459 

scientific  information  and  activi- 
ties       1360 

National  Security  Seminar,  presenta- 
tion     outlines      and      reading 

lists 760-761 

National  Water  Resources,  Select 
Committee  on.  Senate,  com- 
mittee  prints 397—427 

Nationalism,     anti-popular     ideology, 

USSR  thought 1034 

Natural  gas,  see  Gas. 
Natural  resources  : 

Communist  China 990 

cooperative      program      agreement 

with    Brazil 1620 

Nature,    camp    program    suggestions 

for    counselors 1350 

Naval   Academy,   Annapolis,   register, 

1960-61 1363 

Naval  architecture,  see  Shipbuilding. 
Naval      education,      Navy      training 

courses 1368 


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Entry 

Naval  officers,  see  Navy. 

Naval    Research    Laboratory,    report 

series 1371-1404 

Naval  Reserve,  officers,  retired,  reg- 
ister       1367 

Naval    training    courses,    see    Naval 

education. 
Naval   Training  Device   Center,   Port 

Washington,   technical  report-     1370 
Navigation  : 

future  needs  for  vi'ater,  report 406 

radio  aids,   1960 736 

Navy  : 

air  service  laws,  compilation 344 

comptroller  manual 1410-11 

flight  planning  document,  revi- 
sion     135-137 

Hospital  Corps  handbook,  anatomy 

and    physiology 1194 

joint  travel  regulations,  change 1540 

oceanography  for  meteorologists 1405 

officers,  register 1367 

procurement   information   index 1409 

role  in  anti-submarine  warfare 1365 

Navy    Department,     financial    report 

1960 1408 

Navy  Nurse  Corps,  see  Nurse  Corps, 

Navy. 
NBS,  see  National  Bureau  of  Stand- 
ards. 
Near  East,  see  East  (Near  East). 
NEAR    system,    see    National    Emer- 
gency Alarm  Repeater  System. 
Nematoid  worms  : 

golden  nematode  of  potatoes  and 
tomatoes,      how      to      prevent 

spread 81 

presence    in    soils    of    forest    and 

clear-cut  areas 676 

Nerves,   8th   nerve   lesion,    audiologic 

findings 126 

Nervous  system  : 

central,      structural      changes      in 

burns,  USSR  study 887 

cephalic,  centipedes,  gross  and  mi- 
croscopic   anatomy 1466 

types,  role  in  metabolic,  compensa- 
tory and  restorative  reactions 
of  organism,  Ukrainian  Re- 
public scientific  conference 1012 

Netherlands  : 

establishing    business 633 

living  conditions 638 

mutual  defense  assistance  agree- 
ment, disposition  of  equipment 

and    materials 1496 

Neuroplegic  substances,  effect  on 
course  of  burn  shock  in  dogs, 

USSR 847 

Neutrons,  irradiation,  effect  on 
Charpy  V  and  diop-weight 
test  transition  temperatures  of 

steels  and  weld  metals 1385 

Nevada  : 

agricultural  conservation  hand- 
book   5 

census  of  population,  1960,  num- 
ber  of    inhabitants 290 

New  Hampshire,  agricultural  con- 
servation handbook 6 

New  Jersey,  women  workers,  mainte- 
nance   and    health    protection 

costs 1579 

New  Mexico,  electric  rate  book 527 

New  York  Bay,  hurricane  storm- 
tides  prediction 487 

New  York  State  : 

mineral  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1209 

minimum  wages  in  grocery  stores, 

selected   experiences 94 

surface  water,  compilation  of  rec- 
ords through  Sept.  1950 713 


Entry 
New  Zealand  : 

facilities  for  United  States  opera- 
tions in  Antarctica,  agree- 
ment      1524 

health  information  for  travelers 1437 

import  tariff  system 644 

Newborn,  see  Infants. 

Newport,  Minn.,  railroad  accident 751 

News  for  farmer  cooperatives,  re- 
prints     490-491 

Newspapers,  see  Press. 
NGB,  see  National  Guard  Bureau. 
Nicaragua,  sending  gift  packages  to_       610 
Nickel,   alloys,   palladium,  containing 
absorbed  hydrogen,  electric  re- 
sistivity   and    thermoelectric 
power,    low    temperature    de- 
pendence      1387 

Nigeria  : 

sending  gift  packages  to 611 

space     vehicles    tracking    stations 

program,    agreement 1537 

Nimbus  Dam,  powerplant  and  fish 
hatchery,  design  and  construc- 
tion, technical  record 1453 

Niobium,    gases    in,    study,    literature 

survey    206 

Nitrocompounds,  halogenpolynitroal- 
canes,    dipole  moments,   USSR 

study 1116 

Nitronal,  see  Aminotrate  phosphate. 
Noise,   atmospheric  radio,   amplitude- 
probability    distributions 1338 

Nonlinear  equations,  see  Equations. 
Nonmetallic  minerals,  see  Minerals. 
Nonmetals,      industries,      technologic 
trends,       minerals       yearbook 

chapter 1239 

Norfolk  and  Western  Ry.,  accident 753 

North  Atlantic  slope  basins,   see  At- 
lantic States. 
North  Carolina  : 

agricultural  conservation  hand- 
book   7 

circular   mills,    thickness   variation 

of   lumber   cut 702 

coastal  plain,  tobacco-cotton  farms, 

estimating  cost  of  production-       100 
eastern,     1960    crop     of    potatoes, 

marketing   summary 32 

furniture  plants,  sources  of  lum- 
ber        696 

North  Dakota  : 

lignite,     combustion     in     domestic 

heaters 1233 

women,  labor  laws  summary 1585 

North  Korea,  see  Korea. 
North  Little  Rock,  Ark.  : 

census  of  business,  1958,  standard 
metropolitan  area,  central  busi- 
ness district  statistics 263 

occupational  wage  survey- 
departmental    edition 1176 

document    edition 369 

North  Vietnam,  see  Vietnam. 
Northeastern       Forest       Experiment 
Station,     forest     research 

notes 675-676 

Northeastern     Resources    Committee, 

meeting 1243 

Northwest  (U.S.)  : 

ground  water  levels 707 

water  resources  summary 707 

Norway  : 

licensing  and  exchange  controls 637 

northwest  and  north  coast,  sailing 

directions 730 

sending  gift  packages  to 612 

weapons        production        program, 

agreement 1504 

Nose   (aircraft)  : 

modifications,  effects  on  aerody- 
namic characteristics  of  body 
with  and  without  vertical  tail 
at  Mach  no.  of  2.01 1277 


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Entry 
726 


Notice  to  mariners,   chart  correction 
list 

Nozzles  : 

exhaust,  afterbody  combinations, 
effect  of  base  bleed  and  termi- 
nal fairings  on  performance 1309 

extended  on   cylindrical  afterbody, 

jet  effects  on  base  drag .'_      1279 

nuclear-rocket,  cooling,  analysis 1300 

twin  rocket  configurations,  meas- 
ured base  pressures 1311 

NPA,  see  National  Planning  Associa- 
tion. 
NRAB,  see  National  Railroad  Adjust- 
ment Board. 

NRL  report  series 1371-1404 

NRTS,  see  National  Reactor  Testing 

Station. 
Nuclear  electric  monopole  transitions 
in    0-16,    Ca-40,    Ge-72,    and 

Zr-90 184 

Nuclear  energy,  see  Atomic  energy. 
Nuclear  explosions  : 

effects  on  commercial  communica- 
tions equipment 197 

Operation  Plumbob,  instrumenta- 
tion of  structures  for  air-blast 

and  ground-shock  effects 232 

radioactive  fallout  from  detona- 
tions, Feb.  and  Apr.  1960 225 

underground,   hydrologic  effects 212 

Nuclear  fuel,  see  Reactor  fuels. 
Nuclear  Metals,   Inc.,  technical  prog- 
ress   report    to    AEC,    Reactor 

Division,  June  30,  1959 202 

Nuclear  power,  see  Atomic  energy. 
Nuclear    power    plants,    see    Nuclear 

reactor  power  plants. 
Nuclear  powered  ships  : 

impact  on  admiralty  and  shipping 

law    (address) 517 

submarines,  atmosphere,  purifica- 
tion   and    control,    status    of 

chemical   research 1378 

Nuclear  radiation,  see  Radiation. 
Nuclear  reactions  : 
thermonuclear — 

controlled,     research     in     USSR, 

survey    244 

instability   of   induction    (theta) 

pinch 176 

rotation      effect      on      stabilized 

pinch 199 

Nuclear  reactor  power  plants  : 

Dresden  plant  dedication,  blueprint 

of    future    (remarks) 235 

PM-1  program,  progress  report 200 

technical  progress  report,  June  30, 

1959 202 

Yankee  Atomic  Electric  Company, 
research  and  development  pro- 
gram, progress  report 234 

Nuclear       reactors,       see       Reactors 

(atomic). 
Nuclear     science     abstracts,     subject 

scope  and  literature  coverage-       219 
Nuclear  weapons,  see  Weapons. 
Nuclei  : 

electric  monopole  transitions  in 
0-16,      Ca-40,       Ge-72,      and 

Zr-90 184 

spectrometer  measurements  of  elec- 
tromagnetic radiations 183 

Nurse    Corps,     Navy,     opportunities, 

etc.,  as  career 1366 

Nutrition,  up  to  date,  up  to  you 98 

see  also  Food. 
Nyasaland  and  Rhodesia,  Federation 
of,  see  Federation  of  Rhodesia 
and  Nyasaland. 


O 


Entry 


O.A.S.I.    series 1412 

Oak  Ridge  Institute  of  Nuclear 
Studies,  Inc.,  human  radiation 
counters,  preliminary  report-  210 
Oak  Ridge  National  Laboratory,  high 
temperature  thermometrv  sem- 
inar, Oct.   1-2,  1959 .' 226 

Oak  Spring  formation,  ground  water 
and  hydrologic  effects  of  un- 
derground nuclear  explosions-       212 

OASI    series 1412 

Objectives    (optics): 

mirror-lens,  use  in  photographing 
artificial  earth  satellies,  USSR 

study 931 

Observation   of  artificial  satellite   by 

expectation    method 1325 

Occupational  wage  survey,  see  Wages. 
Occupations  : 

career  opportunities  in  SCS 96 

outlook  handbook,  new  look 1186 

preemployment  and  initial  training 
programs  available  for  women 

and  girls 1576 

workers  requiring  vacations.  North 
Vietnam  ministry  of  labor  di- 
rective        844 

Ocean  : 

depths  and  problem  of  burying  ra- 
dioactive waste-s,  USSR  study-       775 
high     seas,     salmon     conservation, 

hearings 391 

radiobiology,   references 216 

Oceanography  : 

informational    material    for    Navy 

meteorologists 1     1405 

marine  sciences  research  in  AEC 218 

Odontogenic  tumors,  see  Tumors. 
Office  furniture  and  equipment,  metal, 
painted,      color      of.      Federal 

standard 542 

Office  supplies,  Federal  supply  sched- 
ule    551-552 

Officers,     see    Nurse    Corps.    Navy — 
a7so     names     of     services     to 
which  officers  belong. 
Ohio: 

agricultural  statistics,  county  esti- 
mates    34 

mineral    industry,    minerals    year- 

l)ook    chapter 1210 

Oil,  see  Oils — Petroleum. 

Oils,      storage     facilities,     expansion 

during  1950's 17 

Oklahoma  : 

agricultural  conservation  hand- 
book    8 

mineral  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1211 

Oklahoma  City,  Okla.  : 

occupational  wage  survey — 

departmental    edition 1173 

document    edition 366 

Okra,  culture 83 

Old  age,  see  Aged. 
Old  age  and  survivors  insurance  : 
disability    provisions,     administra- 
tion, report  and   recommenda- 
tions     of     Medical      Advisorv 

Committee 1      1468 

for    your    greater    security,    social 

security    program 1412 

OASI    series 1412 

Older  workers,  see  Labor. 

On-the-job     training,     see     Employee 

training. 
Oncology,  studies  conducted  by  Insti- 
tute of  Epidemiology  and  Mi- 
crobiology,   USSR 787 


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Entry 
Ontario,  Calif. : 

occupational  wage  survey — 

departmental    edition 1174 

document    edition 367 

Operation    Plumbob    (nuclear   effects 

test) 232—233 

Operation     Teapot     (nuclear  "effects 

test) 197 

Operations  (surgical),  see  Surgery. 
Opinions,   see  names   of  courts,   etc., 
rendering  opinions. 

Optics,    microwave,    symposium lOS 

Orange  County,  Fla.,  soil  survey 148i 

Orangeburg  County,  S.C.,  fish  hatch- 
ery, acceptance  by  U.S.,  hear- 
ings         378 

Orbits : 

artificial  satellites — 

Ist-order    perturbations    in    mo- 
tion    due     to     oblateness     of 

earth 1322 

Hansen's    theory    as    applied    to 

motion 1.302 

elements  secular  variations  depend- 
ence on  air  resistance 1324 

rendezvous,  two-impulse  plan  for 
performing       on       once-a-day 

basis 1295 

satellite  observation  by  expectation 

method 1325 

satellites,  perturbations  due  to  air 

resistance 1323 

Orders,  see  subjects. 
Ordnance,  Civil  War  explosive,  identi- 
fication text 1407 

Oregon  : 

Cascades,  occurrence  of  shrubs  and 
herbasceous    vegetation    after 

clear  cutting  Douglas-fir 680 

flood  of  Nov.  24-25,  1960,  summary 

of  discharges 709 

merchantable  height  of  trees,  log- 
ging practice,  etc.,  compari- 
son        677 

Ores,    deposits    Summitville    district, 

San  Juan  Mountains,  Colo 708 

see  also  names   of  metals   or  min- 
erals. 
Organic  compounds,  synthetic  chemi- 
cals production  and  sales 75 

Organisms : 

human,  action  of  uranium  and  its 

compounds,   USSR  study 940 

Integrative  systems  role  in  develop- 
ment  of   pathological   process, 

USSR  study 915 

metabolic,    compensatory    and    res- 
torative    reactions,      role     of 
nervous  system  types,  Ukraini- 
an  SSR   scientific   conference-     1012 
Organs,  histology,  altitude  influence-        125 
ORINS,    see  Oak   Ridge    Institute   of 

Nuclear  Studies,  Inc. 
Oscillations,     frequency     and     ampli- 
tude, effects  on  lateral  stabil- 
ity derivatives,   low  speed   in- 
vestigation       1281 

OTI,    see   Technical   Information   Of- 
fice, AEC. 
Ouachita  River  : 

navigation  improvements,  engineer 
report — 

departmental    edition 482 

document    edition 383 

Outer  space : 

books,  list 1424 

exploration,  6-month  mission,  use 
of  13-watt  curium  fueled  ther- 
moelectric   generator 201 

low-]iressure  and  radiation  environ- 
ment, materials  problems 1298 

propulsion  energies,  medical  and  bi- 
ological aspects,  NASA  pro- 
gram  (address) 1247 


Entry 
Outer  space — Continued 

reseach,       international       activity, 

1960  summary 1244-46 

satellites     and     space     operations, 

problems,  lecture  series 1369 

space  and  time  variations  of  nat- 
ural radioactivity  of  atmos- 
phere, USSR  study 1002 

United    States   program,    appraisal 

(remarks) 1329 

USSR  exploration,  etc.,  bibliogra- 
phy,  1956-60 157 

Oxidation,      inhibitors,      stabilization 
of   silicone   lubricating  liquids 

above  200"  C 1376 

Oxides,    see    oxides    by    name,     e.g. 

Beryllium  oxide. 
Oxygen    isotopes,    0-16   nuclear   elec- 
tric monopole  transitions 184 

P 

Pacific     Northwest,     see     Northwest 

(U.S.). 
Pacific  Northwest  Forest  and  Range 
Experiment  Station  : 

research  notes 677-679 

research  paper 680 

Pacific   Ocean,   north,   pelagic  amphi- 
pod   genus   Parathemisto,    role 

in   economy  of  sea 1345 

Pacific  slope  basins,  see  Pacific  States. 
Pacific  Southwest  Forest  and  Range 
Experiment  Station  : 

research  notes 683-686 

technical  papers 687-689 

Pacific  Southwest  Inter-Agency  Com- 
mittee,  meeting 1243 

Pacific    States,    Pacific    slope    basins, 

surface  water  supply 721 

Packages : 

gift,  sending  to — 

Canada    598 

Chile    599 

Egyptian    region    (UAR) 600 

Federation  of  Malaya 602 

Federation      of      Rhodesia      and 

Nyasaland 603 

Finland 604 

Greece 605 

Guatemala    606 

Indonesia    607 

Mexico 608 

Morocco 609 

Nicaragua 610 

Nigeria 611 

Norway 612 

Pakistan 613 

Paraguay 614 

Philippines 615 

Poland    616 

Portugal   617 

El   Salvador 601 

Sierra    Leone 618 

Singapore   619 

Spain 620 

Sweden    621 

Syria 622 

Taiwan    (Formosa) 623 

Thailand 624 

Turkey     625 

Union   of  South   Africa 626 

United    Kingdom 627 

Venezuela 628 

Viet-Nam 629 

Packing,    packaging   and    price-mark- 
ing produce  in  retail  stores 87 

see  also  names   of  articles  packed. 
Pads,  see  Finger  pads. 
Paint : 

and  allied  products,  census  of  man- 
ufactures, 1958,  industry  re- 
port   276 


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Paint — Continued 

current  industrial  reports 285 

properties  as  aflfeeted  by  ultraviolet 

radiation   in    vacuum 1398 

Pakistan  : 

newly     independent     nation,     fact 

slieet 1489 

sending  gift  packages  to 613 

surplus    agricultural    commodities, 

agreement 1514 

Palembang,  Indonesia,  cotton  cultiva- 
tion and  trade 812 

Palladium  and  palladium  nickel  al- 
loys containing  absorbed  hy- 
drogen, electrical  resistivity 
and  thermoelectric  power,  low 

temperature  dependence 1387 

Pamphlets,  tariff  classification  study, 
explanatory     and    background 

materials 1548 

see    also    names    of    departments, 
etc.,    issuing    pamphlets — also 
subjects. 
Panels   (aircraft)  : 

aluminum-alloy     tension,     fatigue- 
crack  propagation 1310 

flat  and  curved,  flutter  status 1275 

sandwich,    torsion    of    trapezoidal, 

etc.,   cross  sections 658 

Panels  (building)  : 

wood,  plastic  faced,  importance  of 

balanced    construction 664 

Paper,  tariflf  classification  study,  ex- 
planatory and  background  ma- 
terials       1548 

see  also  Mimeograph  paper. 
Paperboard  boxes,  see  Boxes. 
Papers,  see  Records. 
Paperwork  (office  practice)  : 

improvement  ideas,  effective  presen- 
tation       1330 

Papilloma,  see  Tumors. 
Paraguay : 

radio  communications,  agreement 1529 

sending  gift  packages  to 614 

Parameters,  device  for  measuring 
h-parameters  of  transistors  at 
radio   frequencies.    Communist 

China 1021 

Parasitic   spiral   arrays 1395 

Parasitology,    laboratory    procedures. 

Air  Force  manual 117 

see  also  Zooparasitology. 
Parawings,  see  Wings  (aircraft). 
Parents,  see  Fathers. 

Parsley,    production 78 

Passamaquoddy  Bay,  fisheries  investi- 
gation, 1957-58,  report 577 

Passenger  traffic,  United  States  and 
foreign  countries,  monthly  re- 
ports         737 

Pasture  lands,  dairy  pasture  season, 

summary 33 

Patent  Office,  classification  bulletin.     1413 
Patents  : 

classification  index 1414 

fermentation    acids 49 

Southern  Utilization  Research  and 

Development  Division,   list 58 

Pathology,  organism,  role  of  integra- 
tive   systems    in    development 

process,   USSR  study 915 

Patients,  in  mental  institutions 1341 

Pavements,  airfields,  evaluation  con- 
cepts,  engineering  and  design 

manual 478 

Pay,  see  Salaries. 
Pay,  allowances,  etc.  : 

Federal    agencies,     principles    and 
procedures,     G.A.O.     guidance 

manual 703 

mDitary   pay   and    accounts,    Navy 

comptroller    manual 1411 


Entry 
Pay,  allowances,  etc. — Continued 
payroll    hours    in    manufacturing, 
composition,  1958 — 

departmental    edition 1171 

document    edition 364 

Pay  rolls.  Federal  agencies,  principles 
and  procedures,  G.A.O.  guid- 
ance   manual 703 

Peace : 

communications  for,    Echo    I   com- 
memorative  stamp    (poster)i 1418 

Lenin  and  problem  of  peaceful  co- 
existence, USSR  study 1035 

Lenin    on    peaceful    coexistence   of 

capitalism  and  socialism 1042 

Pearl  River : 

flood  control,  engineer  report — 

departmental    edition 483 

document    edition 359 

Pegmatite,  rare  metal,  prospecting 
for  and  evaluating,  USSR  crit- 
icism of  article 949 

Pennsylvania  : 

agricultural      conservation      hand- 
book   9 

census    of    business,     1958,    retail 

trade,    errata 265 

mineral    industry,    minerals    year- 
book   chapter 1212 

southeastern,  Illinoian  outwash 705 

Pennsylvanian  period,  stratigraphy 
between  Brazos  and  Colorado 

Rivers,  north-central  Texas 704 

Pensions,   see  Civil  service  pensions. 
Pentaborane,  combustion  performance 
In    9.75-inch-diameter    ram-jet 
engine  in   connected-pipe  alti- 
tude facility 1259 

People's  Republic  of  China,  see  China. 
Perfumes,    census    of    manufactures, 

1958,  industry  report 275 

Periodicals,  Soviet  scientific,  received 
in  Department  of  Agriculture 

Library 104 

Perlite,  crude,  production,  etc.,  1960, 

preliminary    report 1220 

Permian  period,  stratigraphy  be- 
tween    Brazos    and    Colorado 

Rivers,  north-central  Texas 704 

Persian  clover,  legume  for  the  South-  86 

Personal    property,    tax    on    selected 

motor  vehicles,  study 1452 

Personnel  management,  see  Adminis- 
trative management. 

Personnel  management  series 323 

Personnel  Research  Branch,  technical 

research  note 2 

Perturbation  theory  : 

Hansen's  theory  as  applied  to  mo- 
tion of  artificial  satellites 1302 

motion  of  earth   satellites  due  to 

oblateness  of  earth 1322 

orbits  of  artificial  satellites  due  to 

air  resistance 1323 

Peru,  loan  of  vessels,  agreement 1534 

Pesticides,  chemical  plant  protection 

agents  research  in  China 911 

Pests : 

forest,     conditions    In     California, 

1959 654 

plant,    chemical   protection    agents 

research  in  China 911 

Petroleum  : 
industry — 

Communist  China 862 

Indonesia 1062 

quitclaim    U.S.    rights    to    Alaskan 

homesteaders,    hearings 388 

Petroleum  refineries,  atmospheric 
emissions,     measurement     and 

control  guide 1431 

Pharmaceuticals,  see  Drugs. 
Philippine  Islands  : 

newly     independent     nation,     fact 

sheet 1486 


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Entry 

Philippine  Islands — Continued 

sending  gift  packages  to 615 

Phosphorescence,    temperature    efifect 

on  luminance 1372 

Phosphors,  cathode-ray-tube,  opaque 
and  transparent,  luminance  re- 
quired       1399 

Photodegradation  of  high  polymers —     1402 
Photogrammetry,  see  Aerial  mapping. 
Photographers,      USAP     newspicture 

guide,  pamphlet 120 

Photography,  artificial  earth  satel- 
lites  with   use    of    mirror-lens 

objectives,  USSR  study 931 

Phototropy,   material  as  light  valve, 

feasibility 140 

Phreatophytes,  seed  germination  and 

seedling  establishment 693 

Physical  education  and  training, 
USSR,  conferences  on  physi- 
cal  culture 832 

Physicians  : 

age,  type  of  practice,  etc.,   health 

manpower  source  book 1439 

medical  personnel  in  RSFSR 785 

Physicists,  examination  announce- 
ment        308 

Physics  : 

low  temperature,  all-Unlon  meeting, 

USSR    report 989 

physico-chemical  properties  in 
liquid    ammonia    and    related 

solvents,    bibliography 217 

solid   state,    Soviet  research 253 

see  also  Radiophyslcs. 
Physiology,     Jsavv     Hospital     Corps 

handbook 1194 

Pictures,    USAP    newspicture    guide, 

pamphlet 120 

Pilots  and  pilotage,  pilot  tolerance 
to   acceleration    and    effect   on 

performance 1288 

Pinch,  see  Plasma. 
Pine: 

lodgepole,  infested  by  mountain 
pine  beetle,  relationship  of  di- 
ameter to  height  of  attack 668 

pond,  crowns,  fuel  weights 698 

ponderosa — 

estimating    tree    diameters   from 

aerial  photographs,  Arizona 691 

growth    following    release    from 

suppression 679 

insect-caused  mortality  in  rela- 
tion to  cutting  methods  on 
Blacks  Mountain  Experimental 

Forest 687 

protect  from  bark  beetles 694 

red,     European    pine    shoot    moth 

damage  as  related  to  growth 670 

southern,  saw  logs,  weight  scaling-       699 
Virginia,   wildfire  effects   in   young 

stand  seven  years  later 675 

Pine  shoot  moths,  see  European  pine 

shoot  moths. 
Pipe  and  pipe  fittings,  mechanism  of 
predetonational  flame  propaga- 
tion,  USSR  study 912 

Pistols,  care,  use,  etc.,  field  manual__  151 
Plane  coordinates,  sec  Coordinates. 
Planimetric  map  compilation  with 
trimetrogon  photographs,  in- 
structions for  preparing  small- 
scale  maps  and  charts  from 
trimetrogon  serial  photo- 
graphs        711 

Planning    (economic),    see    Economic 

policy. 
Plant  pests,  see  Pests. 
Plants  : 

growth  and  development,  gibberel- 

lin  effect,  USSR  study 942 

soil  survey  and  vegetation  report, 
northeastern  Kodiak  Island 
area,    Alaska 1480 


Entry 
Plants   (industrial)  : 

Communist  China,  from  small  na- 
tive group  to  combined  enter- 
prise         808 

small,  management  side  of  research 

and  development 1465 

see  also  types  of  industrial  plants. 
Plasma  : 

acceleration  of  discharge  and  pro- 
duction of  strong  Shockwaves 
in  chamber  with  coaxial  elec- 
trodes,  USSR  study 950 

instability     of     induction     (theta) 

pinch 176 

interaction  with  electron  beam,  in- 
vestigation         179 

rotation  effect  on  stabilized  pinch-        199 
Plastics  : 

flight  vehicles,  reinforced,  military 

handbook 439 

glass-reinforced,  production  and  ap- 
plication,  USSR  study 972 

materials   review 292 

see  also  names  of  plastics. 
Plates   (metal,  etc.)  : 

buckled     rectangular,     loads     and 

deformations 1326 

calculating  bending,  deformations 
of  solid  plates,  general  finite- 
difference    method 1308 

Plays,  see  Drama. 

Pleistocene  period,  see  Glacial  period. 
Plotters,      Kelsh,      operating     proce- 
dures         710 

Plows,  root,  use  in  clearing  tamarisk 

stands 692 

Point  4  program,  see  name  of  country 
with      which      agreement      is 
made. 
Poisons  : 

beryllium    and    rocket    propellants, 

literature  search 214 

chemicals       toxicity       to       marine 

borers 1586 

toxic  substances  in  air,  chemical 
methods       for       determining, 

USSR 1039 

Poland  : 

bonus  payments  to  engineers  and 
technicians  at  industrial  enter- 
prises,  new   regulations 1098 

claims  agreement,  text 597 

economy,  basic  data 631 

higher  education,  statistics,  1945— 

58 1093 

provincial    press,    summary 1063, 

1070,  1096,  1100 

selected  economic  translations 885, 

988,    993,    1122,    1129-30,    1140, 
1142-43,  1145,  1147-48,  1150-51 

selected  military  translations 823 

sending  gift  packages  to 616 

Pole   star,   air  almanac 1364 

Political  parties,  Indonesia,  articles-       843 
Politics  : 

Communist  China,  selected  ar- 
ticles     860,  968, 1074 

Indonesia — 

political    affairs 881 

publications,      selected     transla- 
tions     883,  897 

Polk  County,  Tenn.,  forest  inventory 

statistics 1557 

Pollution  of  air,  see  Air  pollution. 
Pollution  of  streams,  see  Water  pol- 
lution. 
Pollution  of  water,  see  Water  pollu- 
tion. 
Polyester    laminates,    see    Laminated 

materials. 
Polymers  and  polymerization  : 

homogeneous  ionic  polymerized 
preparation      of     a-methylsty- 

renes 1402 

materials  review 292 


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Polymers  and  polymerization — Continued 
photodegradation     of     high     poly- 
mers        1402 

tetratiuoroethyloLe  aud  hexalluoro- 
propylene  copolymers,  wetting 

properties 1381 

Pompton  Plains,  N.J.,  railroad  acci- 
dent         ToO 

Pond  pine,  see  Pine. 
Ponderosa  pine,  see  Pine. 

Popcorn,   acreage,   1960 35 

Population  : 
census,  1960 — 

general   characteristics,   data  on 

age,  race,  etc 289 

announcement 260 

number     of     inhabitants,     totals 

for  cities,  etc 290 

water   needs,    projections    aud   eco- 
nomic assumptions,   report 401 

Pork  : 

foreign  markets,   hog   cholera's   ef- 
fect  (summary  of  remarks) —       583 
purchase      specifications      require- 
ments, approved  by  USDA 29 

Portugal : 

mutual    defense    assistance,    agree- 
ment       1"'23 

sending  gift  packages  to 617 

weapons        production        program, 

agreement 1527 

Post  Office  Department,  posters,  com- 
memorative stamps 1417—19 

Postage  stamps : 
commemorative — 

American  credo   (poster) 1417 

Andrew  Carnegie,  famous  Ameri- 
can   (talk) 1415 

Echo      1,      communications      for 

peace   (poster) 1418 

Camp  Fire  Girls,   ceremony    (re- 
marks)        1416 

John    Foster    Dulles,    ceremony 

(talk) 1420 

John    Foster    Dulles,    memorial 

(poster) 1419 

commemorative   posters   series 1417i-19 

Postal  service : 

Communist     China,     growth,     pro- 
gress,   etc S90 

management       improvement       (re- 
marks)        1421 

present  situation  in  Laos,  report —       771 
see  also  Air  mail. 
Posters,      Post     Office      Department, 

commemorative   stamps 1417-19 

Potato     chips,     industry,     industrial 

waste    guide 1443 

Potatoes : 

acreage    marketing     guides,     what 

they  mean  to  growers IS 

eastern  North  Carolina,  1960  crop, 

marketing    summary 32 

golden   nematode,    how   to   prevent 

spread 81 

spring,  acreage  marketing  guides —  11 

Potential,   ionization,   tables 22(3 

Poultry,  processing  plants,  washing 
aud  chilling  methods  for  evis- 
cerated   broilers,    analysis 93 

see  also  Chickens. 
Power,  see  Electricity. 
Power     plants,     turboelectrie     space 

systems,  cycle  characteristics-     1297 
see  also  Electric  power  plants — Nu- 
clear reactor  power  plants. 
PRB,  see  Personnel  Research  Branch. 
Precipitation  : 

Arkansas,   maximum   for  24   hours 

and  under 1574 

Tennessee  River  basin 1560 

Preparedness,  see  Civilian  defense. 


Entry 

President  of  United  States  : 

inaugural  committees,  records,  pre- 
liminary   inventory 1335 

inaugurations,   list   of   motion  pic- 
tures and  sound   recordings —     1336 
Press : 

Bulgarian  provincial,  summary-  1056-58, 

1068,  1109-10 

Czechoslovak  provincial,  summary-   1127, 

1137-38, 1141,  1152-53 

Hungarian  provincial,  summary 1131, 

1139,  1146 
Indonesian  articles,   translations —       901 

Polish   provincial,    summary 1063, 

1070, 1096,  1100 

Rumanian  provincial,   summary 1052, 

1061,  1082,  10S6,  1092,  1097 
Pressure  : 

boattail  and  base,  of  twin-jet  after- 
bodies at  Mach  no.  1.91 1260 

displacement  of  Curie  point,  USSR 

study 763 

distributions,  wings,  triangular  and 
rectangular,  to  high  angles  of 
attack,    Mach    nos.     1.45    and 

1.97 1249 

drop,  2-phase,  etc.,  of  inclined  test 

section 186 

loads  produced  on  flat-plate  wing 
by  rocket  jets  exhausting  in 
spanwise  direction  below  wing 
and  perpendicular  to  free- 
stream  flow  of  Mach  no.  2.0 1285 

loss  and  heat  transfer  for  turbulent 

flow 167 

low,  materials  problems  in  space —     1298 
penetration  below  surface  of  com- 
pressible fluid  USSR  study 983 

shock  wave,  with  intense  spark  dis- 
charge, USSR  study 947 

Pressure    gages,     thermistor,     design 

procedures 1305 

Pressure    measuring    systems,    meas- 
ured   base    pressures    on    twin 
rocket-nozzle    configurations —     1311 
Pretraining,  see  Training. 
Price   lists,   see  Government  publica- 
tions— also  subjects. 
Prices,    see   Inflation    (finance) — also 

names  of  commodities. 
Primates,   biologic  effects  of  nuclear 

radiation 123 

Printing : 

commercial  and  manifold  business 
forms,  census  of  manufactures, 

industry    report 272 

plant  trainee,  examination  an- 
nouncement          313 

Printing  ink,  see  Ink. 

Prints,        commercial,        copyrighted, 

Jan.-June  1960 430 

Prints,    National    Exhibition    of,    see 
National  Exhibition  of  Prints. 
Prisons  and  prisoners,   laws,    compil- 
ation         347 

Probabilities  (mathematics)  : 

amplitude-probability    distributions 

for  atmospheric  radio  noise —     1338 
war  games   and   other   competitive 
situations,  table  of  probability 

distributions 1386 

Probes,  space,  1960  launchings,  sum- 
mary    chart 1244 

Proceedings  of  National  Museum 1344—46 

Procurement,      see     Army. — Military 

supplies — Navy. 
Produce,   see  Agricultural   products. 
Production  : 

Communist  China,  scientific  tech- 
niijues  by  foreign  and  native 
mehods  under  socialist  condi- 
tions        1016 

research  reports 99-100 

Yugoslavia,  producers  council  with- 
in   commune 1048 


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214 


Entry 

Production — Continued 

see  also  names  or  classes  of  com- 
modities. 
Productivity  and  Technological  De- 
velopments Division,  Labor 
Statistics  Bureau,  publica- 
tions,   list 

Products,  see  Commercial  products. 
Professional    paper,    Geological    Sur- 
vey  —  — 

Programming   (computers),  see  Elec- 
tronic computers. 
Propellants : 

liquid  fluorine-liquid  ammonia  com- 
bination  in    1000-pound-thrust 
rocket  engines,  performance — 
rocket,  toxicity  and  other  hazards, 

literature   search 

vaporization  as  criterion  for  rocket- 
engine  design,  errata 1287 

Propulsion : 

ducted  fans,  parameters  related  to 
stability  and  control  of  aerial 

vehicles   supported   by 1315 

energies  of  space,  medical  and  bio- 
logical aspects,  NASA  program 

(address) 1247 

exhaust-nozzle-afterbody  combina- 
tions, effect  of  base  bleed  and 
terminal  fairings  on  perform- 
ance      1309 

space   systems,    turboelectric,   cycle 

characteristics 1297 

systems,  hovering  measurements 
for    twin-rotor    configurations 

with  and  without  overlap 1307 

Propylene,     equation    of    state    and 
thermodynamic  properties, 

USSR  study 948 

Protective  coatings,  see  Coating  ma- 
terials. 
Psychiatric    institutions,    see   Mental 

institutions. 
Psychiatric  patients,  see  Mentally  ill. 
Psychiatry,   use  of  tranquilizing  and 

anti-depressant  drugs 1566 

Public  administration,  Indonesia 865 

Public  assistance: 

public  assistance  reports 1423 

State  plans,   medical  and  remedial 

care,  summary  of  information-     1469 
Public       buildings,        administration 
buildings  for  general  aviation 

airports 489 

Public  bulletins.  Census  Bureau 287 

Public     Documents     Division,     price 

lists 1425-27 

Public  health,  see  Health. 
Public  information  : 

availability  from  Federal  depart- 
ments and  agencies,  back- 
ground materials  on  compre- 
hensive   law 395 

scientific,     activities     of     Federal 

agencies 1360—62 

Public  libraries,  see  Libraries. 
Public  welfare   research   analyst,   see 

Research  analysts. 
Public  works,  Indonesia,  development 

projects 866 

Publications,    Federal    supply    sched- 
ule        553 

see  also  Government  publications — 
also    names    of    departments, 
etc.,  Issuing  publications — also 
subjects. 
Puerto    Montt,    Chile,    weather    sta- 
tions, agreement  with  Chile —     1519 
Pulp,  see  Wood  pulp. 
Pumice,    production,    etc.,    in    1960, 

preliminary    report 1221 

Purchasing : 

consumer  buying  Intentions,  sur- 
vey        531 


Entry 

Purchasing — Continued 

institutional   meat  purchase  speci- 
fications approved  by  USDA — 

fresh  beef 27 

fresh  lamb  and  mutton 28 

fresh    pork 29 

fresh   veal   and   calf 30 

general    requirements 31 

Putty,  and  calking  compounds,  census 
of  manufactures,  1958,  indus- 
try report 276 


Quality  control,  digest 580 

Quarries    and    quarrying,    injury    ex- 
perience,   1957 1195 

Qulntero,     Chile,     weather     stations, 

agreement   with   Chile 1519 


R.A.D.C,  see  Rome  Air  Development 

Center. 
R.E.A.,  see  Rural  Electrification  Ad- 
ministration. 
Radar : 

AN/TPS-25  set,  field  and  depot 
maintenance,  technical  man- 
ual        164 

display  systems,  target  detectabil- 
ity      with      transparent      and 

opaque   phosphors 1373 

Government  publications,  list 1428 

scanning — 

parasitic  spiral  arrays 1395 

spiral-grating    array 1396 

Radar-tracking,  use  of  small  side- 
located  controller,  ground  sim- 
ulator study 1280 

RADC,    see    Rome   Air    Development 

Center. 
Radlac  detectors,  standard  radiation 

source 1377 

Radiant  heating,  simulation  of  aero- 
dynamic heating  in  wind  tun- 
nel       1306 

Radiation  : 
effect  on — 

ceramic-bonded  strain  gages 1374 

structural  materials  in  reactors, 
research  status  and  implica- 
tions  to  design 228 

materials  problems  in  space 1298 

nuclear,  biologic  effects  in  pri- 
mates         123 

protection  criteria  and   standards, 

basis  and  use,  hearings 340 

analysis 341 

protection,  radiationproof  shelters, 

specifications 170 

Soviet  use  in  field  of  microbiologi- 
cal research 250 

see     also     Electromagnetic    radia- 
tion— Gamma     rays — Ionizing 
radiation — Radioactivity. 
Radiation  detection  instruments : 
corrections  for  angular  correlation 

measurements 1384 

human  radiation  counters,  prelimi- 
nary   report 210 

see  also  Radlac  detectors. 
Radiation  illness  : 

acute,      conference      on      problem, 

USSR    report 905 

injuries,     glucose     absorption 

changes,  USSR  study 886 

Radicals,  see  Free  radicals. 
Radio  : 

bibliography 462 

Government  publications,  list 1428 

Radio  astronomy,  celestial  radio 
sources,  measurements  of  posi- 
tions, flaxes,  sizes  at  10.2  cm_     1388 


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Entry 
Radio    broadcasting,    deceptive   prac- 
tices in  contests  of  knowledge, 

etc.,    prohibit,    hearings 392 

Radio  communication  : 

agreement  with  Paraguay 1529 

broadcast  services,  FCC  rules  and 

regulations 50G 

communist  penetration  of  facilities, 

hearings 379 

domestic      public      services,      FCC 

rules  and  regulations 509 

licenses,    new    pre-grant    procedure 
for     obtaining,     etc.,      amend 
communications  act,  hearings-       392 
treaty  matters,  FCC  rules  and  reg- 
ulations          505 

Radio  engineering,  news  of  higher  ed- 
ucational  institutions,   USSR-      845, 
867,  984 
Radio  frequencies  : 

allocations,  FCC  rules  and  regula- 
tions         505 

h-parameters  of  transistors,  device 
for      measuring.       Communist 

China 1021 

Radio  in  navigation,  aids,  1960 736 

Radio    measurements,    positions, 
fluxes,  sizes  of  celestial  radio 

sources  at  10.2  cm 1388 

Radio  noise,  see  Noise. 
Radio     operators,     licensing,     amend 
subversive     activities     control 

act,    hearings 379 

Radio  physics,  see  Radiophysics. 
Radio  services,  see  Radio  communica- 
tion. 
Radio  signals  : 

atmospheric,    amplitude-probability 

distributions 1338 

instrumentation    for    classification 

of  space  signals 1390 

Radio  stations  : 

amateur,  exchange  of  messages  on 
behalf  of  third  parties,  agree- 
ment  with   Paraguay 1529 

maritime    services,    on    land,    FCC 

rules  and  regulations 507 

Radioactive  Isotopes,  see  Isotopes. 
Radioactive   substances,    shipping   at 

NRTS 236 

see  also  Radiohydrogeology — also 
names  of  radioactive  minerals, 
etc. 
Radioactive  waste  disposal,  ocean 
depths  and  problem  of  bury- 
ing, USSR  study 775 

Radioactivity  : 
atmospheric — 

South  America  and  Antarctica 1403 

space  and  time  variations,  USSR 

study 1002 

fallout — 

contaminated  areas,  radiological 

assessment 182 

family  shelters  of  wood 305 

gummed  film  results  in  measur- 
ing        195 

Health    and    Safety    Laboratory 

program,  quarterly  report 196 

Marshall   Islands   tests,  determi- 
nation by  excretion  analysis.-       185 
nuclear    detonations,     Feb.    and 

Apr.   1960 225 

fission  product,  in  air,  measure- 
ments   along    80th    meridian, 

1959 1404 

Radlobiology,    marine    and    aquatic, 

references 216 

Radiohydrogeology,  fundamental  prin- 
ciples, etc 177 

Radioisotopes,  see  Isotopes. 
Radiological  health,  see  Health. 
Radiophysics,   news  of  higher  educa- 
tional Institutions,   USSR 991 


Entry 
Railroad  accidents : 

investigation  reports 750-755 

rail-highway  grade  crossing  acci- 
dents,   1959 749 

Railroad  Adjustment  Board,  see  Na- 
tional Railroad  Adjustment 
Board. 

Railroad  crossings,  accidents,  1959 749 

Railroads  : 

clearances,  new  USSR  state  stand- 
ards      1024 

Communist  China 879 

train  communication  systems,  sta- 
tistics         756 

Rain  making,  cloud  seeding  experi- 
ments    reported     by     Chinese 

communists,  table 240 

Raleigh,  N.C.  : 

occupational  wage  survey- 
departmental    edition 1175 

document    edition 368 

Ramjet    engines,    see    Engines     (air- 
craft). 
Ramps,  loading,   hinged,   standard  of 

trade 241 

Range  lauds,  moderate  grazing  pays-  80 

Rangelaud  drill  used  in  reforestation 

in    California 682 

Raritan  River,  N.J.  : 
engineer  report — 

departmental    edition 484 

document    edition 361 

Rates,  see  Electricity — Freight  rates. 
Raw  materials  : 

Communist    China,    utilization 874 

supplies,    contributions   of   imports 

to   U.S 646 

REA,  see  Rural  Electrification  Ad- 
ministration. 

REA   bulletin 1457 

Reactions    (nuclear),  see  Nuclear  re- 
actions. 
Reactor  fuel  elements : 

beryllium-clad  uranium-silicon,  etc., 

cermets 204 

superheat  SH-1  and  SH-2,  irradi- 
ation and  evaluation 191 

thermoelectric,  progress  reports-  230-231 
uranium,    rolling  of   sheet  and    its 

properties,     studies 178 

Reactor  fuel  rods,  stress  considera- 
tions   in    design,    fast    oxide 

breeder 190 

Reactor  fuels,  nuclear  fuel  research 
fuel  cycle  development  pro- 
gram,   progress   report 207 

Reactors  (atomic)  : 

aqueous  corrosion  of  materials, 
AEC-EURATOM         conference 

papers 227 

control,       materials,      comparative 

evaluation    method 189 

control    rods,     self-bonded    borides 

preparation 188 

design  radiation  effects  on  struc- 
tural materials,  research  sta- 
tus and  implications 228 

fast  oxide  breeder,  stress  consid- 
erations in  fuel  rod  design 190 

new  cadmium  materials  for  more 
effective  and  economical  con- 
trol rods,  survey 192 

nuclear  superheat  development  pro- 
gram,   progress    report 193 

nuclear  superheat  project,  super- 
heat process  tube  heat  trans- 
fer   tests 187 

ship,  boiling  water,  performance,  2- 
phase  pressure  drop,  burnout 
and    hydraulic    oscillation    on 

inclined    test    section 186 

superheat  project  fabrication,  irra- 
diation and  evaluation  of  fuel 
element  SH-1  and  SH-2 191 


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Entry 

Reactors  (atomic) — Continued 

thermoelectric   fuel   element,    prog- 

ress   reports ".T-J 

Yankee    power    reactors,    research 
and       development      program, 

progress    report tW" 

Reception  of   time   signals  by   Cooks 

method r-. r-rr 

Recess  appointments,   opinion  of  At- 

torney     General—- ■^-i^'' 

Reciprocal  trade  agreements,  see  Com- 
mercial treaties. 
Reclamation  of  land  : 

projects,     future    water    needs    ir 

Western    States—-—- -- 

rice  as  crop  for  salt-affected  soils 
Recombination   of   hydrogen   atom   in 

adsorbed   layer,   USSR W-^o 

Records ; 

papers  in  Library  of  Congress,  reg- 


409 
99 


ister,  Robert  W.  Woolley 
public.    State    statutes    relating    to 

right  of  inspection o»o 

see    also    names    of    departments, 
etc. — also  subjects. 
Recreation:  ,,    4..  „  i44fi 

imnact   of   water   pollution -ii*o 

™r  needs  in  U.S.,  1960-2000.  re- 

port ---^        ^^^ 

Rectifiers,    power    supplies,    regulatea 

linear  transformer  units loJ^ 

Red  Dane  cattle,  see  Cattle. 
Red  flag  (Chinese  periodical)  : 

translations •^"°' 

Red  pine,  see  Pine. 
Red  Poll  cattle,  see  Cattle. 
Redevelopment  (city  planning,  etc.)  . 
selecting     areas    for     conservation 

treatment _ _—      lobd 

Refineries,   see  Petroleum   refineries. 
Reflection   (sound),  see  Sound. 
Reflector  sheeting,  see  Sheeting. 
Reforestation,  see  Forest  planting. 
Refractive     index,     rocket     measure- 
ments,   reevaluation    of    iono- 
sphere   electron   densities   and 

collision  frequencies lo"4 

Registers:  „„„ 

Naval   Academy,   Annapolis,    19t)U- 

r»-l  loDO 

Navy  alidMarine  Corps,  officers—     1367 
papers     in     Library     of    Congress, 

Robert  W.  Woolley 1192 

Registers  (machines)  : 

classification   bulletin 14^^ 

Regulations,    see    names    of    depart- 
ments,    etc.,     issuing     regula- 
tions— also  subjects. 
Rehabilitation    of    the    disabled,    re- 
habilitation advisers,  examina- 

tion   announcement i>i' 

Reinforced  plastics,  see  Plastics. 
Religions :                                            ^ 
art,  role  in  religion,  USSR  study- 
Chinese  Communist  articles,  trans- 
lations  :- — 

clericalism,    anti-popular    ideologj', 

USSR   thought —     10^4 

Religious  education,  Indonesia,  prob- 
lems  of   instruction   in   public 

schools 

Renal  diseases,  see  Kidneys. 
Renegotiation,    see    Government    con- 
tracts. 
Renegotiation  Board,  staff  bulletin- 
Repatriation,  Communist  China,  arti- 

cles ^''^ 

Reports,   see   names   of   departments, 
etc.,  issuing  reports — also  sub- 
jects. 
Republic  of  Congo,  see  Congo. 
Republican   River,   watershed,   irriga- 
tion guide 1471 


Entry 
Research,  AEC  research  reports         167-234 
see   also   Military   research— Scien- 
tific  research. — aUo  names  ot 
departments,     etc.,     doing     re- 
search— also  subjects. 
Research  analysts,  public  welfare,  ex- 

amination  announcement •sJ.< 

Research  and  Development  jBureau, 
Federal  Aviation  Agency; 
technical  development  report-     1406 

Research  notes:  ^    r,or.o.o 

Intermountain    Forest    and    Range 

Experiment    Station 668-66a 

Pacific      Northwest      Forest      and 

Range  Experiment   Station-   677-t)/» 
Pacific      Southwest      Forest      and 

Range  Experiment  Station--  bSd-b»o 
Rocky  Mountain  Forest  and  Range 

Experiment    Station -—    691-b»Zi 

Southeastern     Forest     Experiment 

Station by*— d»o 

Research    paper.    Pacific    Northwest 

Forest  and  Range  Experiment 

Station 


680 


Reserpine :  .       i   4.-        <„ 

effect    on    coronary    circulation    m 

hypertension,  USSR  study 

resistance  of  renal  vessels  in  hyper- 
tensive patients  treated,  USbit 

study . — -—. 

therapy,  changes  in  lipid  content  ot 
blood  in  hypertensive  patients, 

USSR  study «^^ 

Reservoirs  : 

dam,  fish  conservation,  establish  re- 
search  program,  hearings 

water   losses   by    evaporation,    con- 
trol research,  1955-58 

Resettlement :  „„„ 

Communist  China,   articles ^^» 

efforts  in    Indonesia r—r.—     ^^ 

Resins,  creosote  solutions,  evaluation 

in  marine  borer  control i^w" 

Responsibilities  of  agriculture  in  age 

of   chemicals    (talk) "» 

Retail  produce  manual »' 

Retail  trade: 

census  of  business,  1958,  area  re 


957 


956 


378 
714 


1030 
1073 


831 


1454 


265 


ports ,     . 

observation    and    audit    techniques 

for  measuring  sales 

see  also  Stores. 
Retirement,  see  Civil  service  Pensions. 
Revisionism,      contemporary,      UbbK 

study ;- 

Revolvers,  care,  use,  etc.,  field  manual- 
Rewards  (prizes,  etc.)  :       . 

bonus  payments  to  engineers  and 
technicians  at  industial  enter- 
prises in  Poland,  new  regula- 
tions  — ---: 

cancer  control,  United  Nations 
prize  established  for  periodic 
award,  Soviet  initiative,  USSR 

study — 

Rhodesia  and  Nyasaland,  Federation 
of,  see  Federation  of  Rhodesia 
and  Nyasaland. 
Rhyacionia    buoliana,    see    European 
pine  shoot  moths. 

crop  for  reclamation  of  salt-affected 

soils 

market   summary,    1960 

Rifles :                                         ^     J     A 
and   carbines,    military   standard— 
NGB    indoor    matches,    postal    an- 
nouncement of   winners,  pam- 
phlet  

Rivers  '. 

backwater  curves  in  channels,  en- 
gineering   manual *'' 

.„.,   forecasting,   report -T-rr 

treambank  stabilization  in  Michi 
gan,    survey 


flow 


16 


1049 
151 


1098 


976 


447 


1340 


477 


671 


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Riverside,  Calif. : 

occupational  wage  survey^ — 

departmental    edition 1174 

document  edition 367 

Roads  and  highways  : 

American  dream  that's  coming  true 

(remarks) 1450 

Arizona,  need  for  long-range  plan- 
ning   (text  of   address) 335 

effect  of  road  design  on  cost  of 
hauling      logs,      logging      road 

handbook 63 

publications,    price    list 1425 

road-user    tax    on    selected    'motor 

vehicles,  study 1452 

Rockets : 

books,  list 1424 

combustor  efficiency,  effect  of 
length,    throat    diameter,    etc., 

errata 1287 

engine  design,  propellant  vaporiza- 
tion as  criterion,  errata 1287 

engines,  liquid  fluorine-liquid  am- 
monia propellant  combination, 

performance 1257 

jets  exhausting  in  spanwise  direc- 
tion below  wing,  pressure 
loads    produced    on    flat-plate 

wing 1285 

measurements  of  refractive  index 
and  attenuation,  as  means  of 
reevaluation  of  ionosphere 
electron  densities  and  collision 

frequencies 1304 

nuclear-rocket        nozzle        cooling, 

analysis 1300 

propellants,  toxicity  and  other  haz- 
ards, literature  search 214 

PVO,  units,  selected  Soviet  mili- 
tary    translations lOlS 

USSR,   bibliography,   1956-60 157 

Rocky  Mountain  Forest  and  Range 
Experiment  Station  : 

research   notes 691-692 

station   papers 693-695 

Rocky  Mountain  States,  cost  of  trans- 
porting   freight 748 

Rodents : 
control — 

and   public  health   importance 1436 

biological    factors 1432 

importance    of    sanitation 1448 

Rome  Air  Development  Center  : 

RADC      reliability      notebook      for 

ground  electronic  equipment 134 

technical    note 133 

technical     report 134 

Roofs,  concrete  truss,  erecting  in 
unit    by    jack    lifting    method. 

Communist  China 803 

Rotation,  effect  on  stabilized  pinch 199 

Rotor  planes,  see  Helicopters. 
RSFSR,   see   Russian    Soviet  Federal 

Socialist  Republic. 
Rubber,  see  names  of  articles  manu- 
factured from  rubber. 
Rules,   see  names  of  courts,   commis- 
sions, etc.,  issuing  rules — also 
subjects. 
Rumania  : 

development  of  socialist  industry 1026 

provincial   press,    summary 1052, 

1061,1082, 1086,  1092, 1097 

selected  economic  translations 885, 

1122-23,  1151 

selected  military  translations 823 

selected  sociological  translations 1091, 

1105 
Runways   (aeronautics)  : 

fuel-ignition-suppression  capability 
of   foam-covered    runways   for 

aircraft 1392 

Rural  communities,  low  production 
farm  areas,  opportunities  for 
economic  development,   study-  66 


Entry 
Rural  electricity,  see  Electricity. 
Rural  Electrification  Administration  : 
electric    retail    rates    and    service 

rules,  handbook 1437 

REA   bulletin 1457 

telephone  system,  construction  con- 
tract        1458 

Russian  literature,   scientific  periodi- 
cals received  in  Department  of 

Agriculture    Library 104 

Russian   Soviet  Federal   Socialist  Re- 
public,   medical   personnel 785 

Rusts  (i)lant  disease),  see  White  pine 

blister  rust. 
Rye  Harbor,  N.H.  : 

navigation  improvement,  engineer 
report — • 

departmental    edition 485 

document  edition 357 

Ryukyu    Islands,   civil   affairs   activi- 
ties   1 

S 

S.C.S.,  see  Soil  Conservation  Service. 
S.E.C.,   see  Securities   and  Exchange 

Commission. 
SADE,  see  Reactors  (atomic). 
Safety  of  life  : 

air  safety,  altimeter  errors  during 
landing-approach   and   take-off 

operations 1296 

college     safety      education      credit 

courses 537 

comparison  of  State  codes  with 
ASA,    chart,    floor    and    wall 

openings 1166 

mine  safety,  reducing  incendivity 
of    permissible    explosives    by 

sodium  chloride 1235 

problems  during  casting  and  proc- 
essing     of      titanium      alloys, 

USSR  study 973 

safety  and  fire  protection  bulletin.       236 
Sailing   directions,   see   names   of  lo- 
calities. 
Salamanca,     Chile,     uranium     recon- 
naissance of  area 211 

Salaries : 

professional,  administrative,  tech- 
nical and  clerical,  national 
survey,  1959-60 — 

departmental    edition 1180 

document    edition 373 

Sales,   retail,   measuring,   obseiTation 

and  audit  techniques 16 

see  also  names  of  commodities,  etc. 
Saline  soils,  see  Soils. 
Saline  water,  see  Water. 
Salmon  : 

conservation  on  high  seas,  hear- 
ings         391 

red,   at  Brooks  and  Karluk  Lakes, 

Alaska,    fecundity 566 

red,  main-stem  and  tributary  sam- 
pling of  scales  for  population 

studies 578 

Salt,  use  for  reducing  incendivity  of 

permissible    explosives 1235 

Salt  Plains  National  Wildlife  Refuge, 

general    information 573 

Salvador,  sending  gift  packages  to —       601 
Sampling,    see    names    of    substances 

or  objects  sampled. 
Sanatoriums,  see  Tuberculosis. 
San  Bernardino,  Calif.  : 

occupational  wage  survey — 

departmental    edition ^^'^i 

document    edition 367 

San  Diego  County,  Calif.  : 

beach  erosion  control  study,  engi- 
neer report — 

departmental    edition 486 

document    edition 362 


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Entry 
Sandwich     construction,     see     Cylin- 
ders— Panels   (aircraft). 
Sanford,    Maria    L.,    statue,    accept- 
ance,  proceedings  in  Congress 

and  in  rotunda,  Capitol 386 

San  Francisco,  Calif.,  mint,  old 
building,  disposition  as  surplus 
property,  opinion  of  Attorney 

General 1160 

Sanitation,  importance  in  control  of 

rodents  and  insects 1448 

San  Juan  Mountains,  geology  and  ore 
deposits  of  Summitville  dis- 
trict,   Colo 708 

Satellites : 

and  space  operations,  problems,  lec- 
ture   series 1369 

attitude    control     using    inertia 

wheels  and  bar  magnet 1317 

instrumentation  for  classification 

of  signals 1390 

Hansen's    theory    as    applied    to 

motion 1302 

international  activity,  1960  sum- 
maries    1244-46 

observation  by  expectation  meth- 
od       1325 

orbits,  perturbations  due  to  air  re- 
sistance      1323 

perturbations   in   motion   due   to 

oblateness  of  earth 1322 

photographing  with  use  of  mir- 
ro-lens        objectives,        USSR 

study 931 

Sauces,  see  Tomato  sauce. 
Savings    and    loan    associations,    in- 
sured, average  annual  dividend 

rates  paid,  June  30,  1960 513 

Savings  banks,  see  Banks  and  bank- 
ing. 
Savran',    Ukrainian    SSR,    magnetic 

anomaly 1157 

Sawlogs,  see  Logs. 

Sawmills,  circular,  North  Carolina, 
thickness  variation  of  lumber 

cut 702 

Sawyer  Mine,  methods  and  costs  of 

producing  brown  iron  ore 1196 

Scabies,  sheep  and  cattle,  eradica- 
tion, report,  1960 42 

Scale  (logging)  : 

weight-scaling    of     southern    pine 

saw  logs 699 

Scales  (fishes)  : 

red  salmon,  main-stem  and  tribu- 
tary  sampling  for   population 

studies 578 

Scanners,  linear,  in  clinical  studies.       209 
Scattering,    cobalt-60    gamma    radia- 
tion, in  air  ducts 1339 

School  of  Aviation  Medicine,  Air  Uni- 
versity,   publications 122-126 

Schools,  Indonesia  public,  problem  of 

religious  instruction 831 

Science : 

Academy  of  Medical  Sciences, 
USSR,  activities  In  Presi- 
dium         810 

Academy  of  Sciences  Ukrainian 
SSR,  Department  of  Technical 
Sciences  institutions,  research 
and    introductions,    plans    for 

1960 1020 

adviser  in  State  Department,  pro- 
gram   purpose,    etc 1484 

dissertations  for  degrees  at  USSR 

institutions,    list 913 

doctorate  holders  of  1958-59,  num- 
bers, characteristics,  and  em- 
ployment        1358 

human  scientific  and  technical  ca- 
pabilities at  Holloman  Air 
Force  Base,  their  origins  and 
development 130 


Entry 
Science — Continued 

information    activities    of   Federal 

agencies 1360-62 

Kazakh  SSR  activity 1051 

Soviet  periodicals  received  in  De- 
partment of  Agriculture  Li- 
brary        104 

Ukrainian,  news,  USSR 762 

see  also  names  of  sciences. 
Scientific  research  : 

documentation,     current     research 

and  development 1459 

USSR  Academy  of  Sciences,  Insti- 
tute of  Oceanology,  Black  Sea 
Experimental    Scientific   Re- 
search Station  jubilee  confer- 
ence report 777 

see  also  subjects. 
Scientists  : 

earth,    nuclear    age,    opportunities 

and  responsibilities 706 

employed  in  industry,  survey  re- 
port      1359 

Scranton,  Pa. : 

occupational  wage  survey — 

departmental    edition 1178 

document    edition 371 

SCS,  see  Soil  Conservation  Service. 
Sea  water  : 

demlneralizing,  gas  hydrates  use 740 

effects  of  immersion  on  properties 
of    glass    reinforced    polyester 

laminates 1463 

Hickman  still,  study  and  develop- 
ment         739 

Seas,  see  Ocean. 
Seattle,  Wash. : 

occupational  wage  survey — 

departmental    edition 1177 

document    edition 370 

SEC,    see    Securities    and    Exchange 

Commission. 
Securities : 

act  of  1933  amended  to  July   12, 

1960,     text 1462 

rules  and  regulations  of  SEC  under 

securities  act 1460 

Securities    and    Exchange     Commis- 
sion : 
general  rules  and  regulations  under 

act  of  1933 1460 

general  rules  and  regulations  under 
Securities     exchange     act     of 

1934 1461 

Securities    exchanges,    act    of    1934, 

general  rules  and  regulations-     1461 
Seedlings,    see    names    of    plants    or 

trees. 
Seeds : 

balsam  fir,  viability  depends  on  age 

of  tree 672 

certified  in  1959  by  States,  report-       512 
germination       characteristics       of 

phreatophyte    species 693 

see    also    Grasses — Legumes — also 
names  of  plants. 
Self-adaptive  missile  guidance  system 

for  statistical   inputs 1292 

Semiconductors,     see     Electric     con- 
ductors. 
Senate,   recess  appointments,  opinion 

of  Attorney  General 1159 

Senate  documents 382-386 

Serial  set   (congressional) 338 

Service  and  regulatory  announce- 
ments. Agricultural  Marketing 

Service 38 

Service  trades  : 

census  of  business,  195S — 

area  reports 266-267 

United    States    summary,    errata 

sheet 266 

Servomechanisms,  digitally-controlled 
instrument  servos,  analysis 
and   design 1370 


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Entry 
Sharks,  sandbar,  natural  history,  etc-  565 
Sheep  : 

grades,  U.S.  standards 38 

scabies,  eradication,  report  i960 42 

Sheet  metal : 

fracture  testing 1389 

national  apprenticeship  and  train- 
ing standards  for  industry 146 

Sheeting,  reflectorized,  Federal  sup- 
ply schedule 556 

Shellfish,      conservation      pi-omotion, 

hearings 391 

Shelters     (air    raid),    see    Air    raid 

shelters. 
Shipbuilding,   American   naval   archi- 
tecture.      National       Museum 

watercraft    collection 1342 

Shipments,  preparing  shipments  to 
Fed.     Rep.    of    Germany    and 

West   Berlin 640 

Shipping : 

act  of  1916,  amend,  hearing 389 

American — 

does  not  cost  penny  more  (re- 
marks)          518 

future  through  ship  mortgage  in- 
surance programs  (text  of  ad- 
dress)         334 

laws.  Impact  of  nuclear  propulsion 

of  ships    (address) 517 

radio  stations  on  land,  FCC  rules 

and   regulations 507 

radioactive  material  at  NRTS 236 

see  also  Marine  insurance. 
Shipping  containers,  see  Containers. 
Ships : 

American,  role  in  American  exports 

(text  of  address) 332 

loan  agreements — 

Chile 1522 

Colombia 1503 

Peru 1534 

Spain 1516 

manning  of  vessels,  rules  and  regu- 
lations        329 

National  Museum  watercraft  col- 
lection      1342 

reactors,  performance,  2-phase 
pressure  drop,  burnout  and  hy- 
draulic oscillation  on  inclined 

test    section 186 

see  also  Marine  insurance. 
Ships  Bureau,   shop   practice   sugges- 
tions          238 

Shock  (mechanical)  : 

Operation  Plumbob,  Instrumenta- 
tion of  structures  for  air-blast 

and  ground-shock  effects 232 

Shock  waves : 

chemical  reactions,  method  for  ob- 
taining record-high  tempera- 
tures,  USSR  study 922 

elliptic  conical,  at  finite  angles  of 
incidence,  supersonic  perfect- 
gas  flow  calculations 1291 

patterns  on  cranked-wing  configura- 
tion       1293 

pressure  with  intense  spark  dis- 
charge, USSR  study 947 

production  and  acceleration  of  dis- 
charge plasma  in  chamber  with 
coaxial        electrodes,        USSR 

study 950 

sound  waves  in  multi-component 
media,       propagation,       USSR 

study 1010 

Shoes,  see  Boots  and  shoes. 
Shoot  moths,  see  European  pine  shoot 
moths. 

Shotguns,  military  standard 447 

Shrimps,  conservation,  convention 
with  Cuba,  implement,  hear- 
ings         378 


Entry 

Shrubs,  occurrence  after  clear  cutting 
old-growth  Douglas-fir  in  Ore- 
gon  Cascades 680 

Sick,  acute  conditions,  incidence  and 
associated  disability  in  U.S., 
statistics,  July  1957-June 
1960 1440 

Sierra   Leone,    sending  gift  packages 

to 618 

Signals,    train   control,  statistics 756 

see  also  Fog  signals — Radio  sig- 
nals— Time  signals. 

Silicones  : 

lubricating     liquids,      stabilization 
above  200°  C— 
iron,   copper,   cerium,   and   other 

metal    compounds 1383 

oxidation     inhibitors     and     high 

surface  solids 1376 

Similar  solutions  for  compressible 
boundary  layer  on  yawed  cyl- 
inder with  transpiration  cool- 
ing,   errata 1327 

Simulators,  ground,  use  to  determine 
operating  characteristics  of 
small  side-located  controller 1280 

Singapore,  sending  gift  packages  to 619 

Skin  diseases,  5th  All-Uniou  Con- 
gress of  Dermato-Venerealo- 
gists,  USSR  study 868 

Slash,  see  Forests  and  forestry. 

Slippers,  see  Boots  and  shoes. 

Slurries,  viscosity  data  from  lime 
soda  sinter  slurries,  method 
for   evaluating 1236 

Small  business,  see  Business. 

Small  plants,  see  Plants  (industrial). 

Smelting,  chromium  electrorefining 1234 

Smithsonian      Institution,      National 

Museum  watercraft  collection-     1342 

Smithsonian  miscellaneous  collec- 
tions        1466 

Snake  River  and  Valley,  surface  water 

supply    of    basin 722 

So  you're  going  abroad,  health  hints 

for  travelers 1449 

Soap  : 

census  of  manufactures,  1958,  in- 
dustry report 275 

industry,  potential  of  radioisotopic 

methods 221 

Social  security,  for  your  greater  se- 
curity,  old  age  and  survivors 

insurance 1412 

see  also  Old  age  and  survivors  in- 
surance. 

Social  Security  Administration,  regu- 
lations      1467 

Social  work  and  problems,  research 
relating  to  children,  studies  in 
progress 296 

Social  workers,  examination  an- 
nouncements   315-317 

discontinuance  notice 322 

Socialism  : 

Communist  China,  scientific  tech- 
niques development  of  produc- 
tion   by    foreign    and    native 

methods 1016 

development,  Mongolian  youth's  all- 
out    effort 765 

Lenin  on  principle  of  peaceful  co- 
existence   of    capitalism    and 

socialism 1042 

Lenin's     comprehensive     plan     for 

construction 903 

North  Korea,  growth,  achieve- 
ments, etc 1144 

Socialist  aspirations  and  economic  de- 
velopment,   Indonesia 849 

Socialist  transformation  of  Agricul- 
ture in  Mongolian  People's  Re- 
public,   USSR   study 978 


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Entry 

Sociology  : 

Communist  China,  journals,  trans- 
lations      1074 

selected    translations    on    Eastern 

Europe 1028,  1091,  1105 

Soda  lime,   viscosity  data  from   lime 
soda    sinter    slurries,    method 

for   evaluating 1236 

Sodium  chloride,  see  Salt. 
Soil  bank  program,  see  Soils. 
Soil  conservation  : 

abstracts  of  material  published 44 

land  and  people    (talk) 1472 

Soil  Conservation  Service  : 

ARS-SCS  workshop  on  hydraulics 
of  surface  irrigation,  proceed- 
ings   45 

career  opportunities  for  students —  96 

SCS-CI  series 1470 

what   it   does 1470 

Soil  moisture,  see  Soils. 
Soils : 

Communist  China 990 

forest  and  clear-cut  ai'eas,  presence 

of  nematodes 676 

moisture  trends  in  southern  Cali- 
fornia,  1959 685 

publications,     price    list,     surveys, 

erosion,    conservation 1426 

salt-affected,  rice  as  crop  for  recla- 
mation    99 

soil     bank    program,    conservation 

reserve  contracts,  facts 336 

soil  survey  and  vegetation  report, 
northeastern     Kodiak     Island 

area,  Alaska 1480 

soil  survey  reports — 

Beryl-Enterprise  area,  Utah 1475 

Brown  County,  Kans 1476 

Cimarron  County,  Okla 1478 

Dawson  County,  Tex 1482 

Frederick   County,   Md 1479 

Loudoun   County,   Va 1474 

Nance  County,  Nebr 1477 

Orange  County,  Fla 1481 

Upper     Flathead     Valley     area, 

Mont 1473 

see  also  headings  beginning  Soil. 

Solids,   thermodynamic  properties 1397 

Solvents,  physico-chemical  properties, 

bibliography 217 

see  also  Extraction   (chemistry),. 
Sorghum,  grain,  stocks,  Oct.  1,  1960_  36 

Sound  : 

monostatic  reflection  in  far  field  of 

rigid,  finite  objects 1379 

shock    waves    in    multi-component 

media,  USSR  study 1010 

Soviet  use  of  ultrasonic  techniques 
in  field  of  microbiological  re- 
search         250 

ultrasound  action  on  biological 
properties  of  tumorous  tissue, 

USSR  study 767 

Sound  recordings.   Presidential   inau- 
gurations,   list 1336 

South   (U.S.)  : 

mosquitoes  of  southeastern  States, 

handbook 61 

Persian  clover,  culture,  uses,  etc —         86 
South    Africa,    see    Union    of    South 

Africa. 
South  America,  atmospheric  radioac- 
tivity      1403 

South  Dakota  : 

Vermillion  River  and  tributaries, 
flood  control  improvement,  en- 
gineer report — 

departmental    edition 488 

document    edition 354 

South  Platte  River,  watershed,  irriga- 
tion guide 1471 


Entry 
South  Santiam  River  : 

Foster  Reservoir,  engineer  report — 

departmental    edition 473 

document    edition 382 

Southern  Forest  Experiment  Station  : 

occasional   paper 699 

research   notes 697-698 

Southern  pine,  see  Pine. 
Southern    Utilization    Research    and 
Development  Division,  publica- 
tions and  patents,  list 58 

Soviet   abstracts 963,  987 

Soviet  bloc : 

development  of  economic  relations 

between  countries 1102 

intra-bloc,  selected  economic  trans- 
lations     885,  992, 

1129,  1142, 1145,  1151 
Soviet  initiative  in  control  of  cancer 
supported  by  UN  General  As- 
sembly        976 

Soviet  Union,  see  Union  of  Soviet  So- 
cialist Republics. 

SP   series 517-519 

Space,  see  Outer  space. 
Space  flight,  see  Astronautics. 
Spacecraft : 

cycle   characteristics   for  advanced 

turboelectric  power  systems 1297 

detection  and  identification  of 
space  signals  of  satellites,  in- 
strumentation for  classifica- 
tion       1390 

materials  problems  resulting  from 
low-pressure  and  radiation  en- 
vironment      1298 

orbital  rendezvous,  investigation 
of  two-impulse  plan  for  per- 
forming on  once-a-day  basis__  1295 
propulsion  energies,  medical  and 
biological  aspects,  NASA  pro- 
gram   (address) 1247 

tracking  stations  program,  agree- 
ment with — - 

Federation  of   Nigeria 1537 

Union  of  South  Africa 1499 

Spain : 

loan  of  additional  vessels,  agree- 
ment       1516 

sending  gift  packages  to 620 

Specifications,   see   names   of   depart- 
ments,   etc.,    issuing   specifica- 
tions— also  subjects. 
Spectacles,     sunglasses,      phototropic 

material  use  as  light  valve 140 

Spectrometers,  intermediate  image 
pair,  measurements  of  electro- 
magnetic radiations  from  light 

nuclei 183 

Speeches,  see  Addresses,  lectures,  etc. 

Spies,  enemy  agents  and  you 159 

Spiral-grating  array 1396 

Stability  of  aircraft : 

boundary  layer,  effects  of  sweep 
angle    of    untapered    wing    at 

low    speeds 1289 

directional,  longitudinal,  lateral, 
canard  configurations  at  Mach 
nos.    1.41   and   2.01,   effects   of 

canard  surface  size 1276 

ducted-fan  aerial  vehicles,  parame- 
ters related  to 1315 

45°  swept  wing-fuselage  combina- 
tion, effects  of  external  store- 
pylon  configuration  and  posi- 
tion on  aerodynamic  charac- 
teristics at  Mach  no.  of  1.61_  1283 
lateral  coplanar  triple-body  missile 
configurations    at    Mach    nos. 

from  0.6  to  1.4 1250 

lateral  directional  effects  of  fre- 
quency and  amplitude  of  oscil- 
lation in  slideslip,  low-speed 
investigation 1281 


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Entry 

Stability  of  aircraft — Continued 
longitudinal    and    lateral,     canard 
configurations    at    Mach    nos. 
1.41    and   2.01 1269 

low-speed  characteristics  of  i/^- 
scale  model  Xorth  American 
X-15  airplane,  investigation 1272 

nose  and  afterbody  modifications, 
effects  on  aerodynamic  charac- 
teristics of  body  with  and 
without  vertical  tail  at  Mach 
no.  of  2.01 1277 

rocket-propelled  model,  low  52.5° 
delta  wing  and  unswept  hori- 
zontal tail,  aerodynamic  char- 
acteristics over  Mach  no. 
range  of  1.40  to  2.78 1278 

static  lateral  and  directional, 
trapezoidal-wing  airplane  mod- 
el, effects  of  vertical  location 
of  wing  and  horizontal  tail  at 
Mach  nos.  of  1.41  and  2.01 1284 

supersonic,  with  forebody  strakes 
for  improving  directional  sta- 
bilitv,  wind-tunnel  investiga- 
tion at  Mach  no.  of  2.01 1282 

VTOL  four-propeller  deflected  slip- 
stream model,  longitudinal 
aerodynamic  characteristics, 
including     effects     of     ground 

proximity 1286 

La  Stampa  (periodical)  : 

index 1027,  1059,  1076,  1094,  1111 

La  Stampa  sera  (periodical)  : 

index 1027,  1059,  1076,  1094,  1111 

Stamps,  see  Postage  stamps. 
Standards  and  standardization  : 

commercial  standard  series 241-242 

Defense  Department — 

specifications   and   standards   in- 
dex         438 

standardization    policies,    proce- 
dures, etc.,  manual,  notice__  436-437 

Federal  standards 539-543 

Federal  test  method  standards 557-558 

military   standards 440-448 

standardization  manual  M  se- 
ries     436-437 

see  also  subjects. 

Stars,    navigational   chart 1364 

State  Department : 

department  and  foreign  service  se- 
ries       1484 

science  adviser,   program,   purpose, 

etc 1484 

State  finances  series 288 

States  : 

child-labor  standards,  summary 1164 

education  directory,  1960-61,  Fed- 
eral government  and  States 458 

employment  security  agencies,  sta- 
tistical reporting  instructions 
handbook 468 

Federal  aid  to  education,  major 
bills,  chronological  summary 
and    description,    1949-59 375 

legislation,  attorney's  fees  in  work- 
men's compensation,  report  of 
standards  and  procedures 1165 

manufacturing  employment  diversi- 
fication indexes,  analysis 237 

medical  and  remedial  care  pro- 
vided in  approved  public  as- 
sistance   plans 1409 

older  workers  problems  and  pro- 
grams   (statement) 1163 

plans    under   Library    services   act, 

progress    report 464 

safety  codes,  comparison  with  ASA, 

chart 1166 

seed  certified  in  1959,  report 512 

State  trees,  list 701 

statutes  on  public  records  relating 

to  right  of  inspection 395 


Entry 
States — Continued 

tax  collections  in  1960 288 

unemployment  insurance  laws — 

comparison 466 

significant    provisions,    Oct.    15, 

1960 469 

see  also  headings  beginning  State — 
also  names  of  States. 
Statistical  publications,  see  names  of 
departments        etc.,        issuing 
publications. 
Statistics  : 

extreme      value      in      meteorology, 

method  of  application 121 

reporting  instructions  handbook  for 
State       employment      security 

agencies 468 

world  trade  information  service-  646-650 
see  also  subjects. 
Steel : 

A-2S6,  Discaloy  and  16-25-6  aus- 
tenitic,  thermal  fatigue 
crack-growth  characteristics 
and  mechanical  strain  cycling 

behavior 1299 

air-melted  and  consumable-elec- 
trode vacuum   remelted,   crack 

propagation    tests 1401 

chemical   composition   and   harden- 

ability,    Federal    standard 540 

industry — 

Communist  China 858,894 

North     Korea 889 

neutron  irradiation,  effect  on 
Charpy  V  and  drop-weight  test 

transition  temperatures 1385 

reinforcing,  comparison  test  in  re- 
sisting blast  loading  from  nu- 
clear   weapons 233 

Steel   (Chinese  periodical)  : 

extracts 779-781 

Stellarators,    electron    gun    measure- 
ments with  helical  stabilizing 

windings 198 

Stenoses,  mitral-aortic,  surgical  treat- 
ment,  USSR   study 959 

Stills,  Hickman  sea-water,  study  and 

development 739 

Stock  ranges,  see  Range  lands. 
Stocks,  savings  and  loan  associations, 
insured,    average  annual   divi- 
dend rates  paid,  June  30,  I960-       513 
Storage,  see  names  or  classes  of  arti- 
cles stored. 
Storekeepers,    3    &    2,    Navy    training 

courses 1368 

Stores  : 

grocery,      minimum     wages,      New 

York    State   experiences 94 

retail — 

packaging  and  price-marking  pro- 
duce   87 

sales  audit  and  observation  meth- 
ods,   some   variations 16 

Storms,  see  Hurricanes. 

Strain    gages,    ceramic-bonded,    effect 

of   radiation 1374 

Strains  and  stresses  : 

compressive  buckling  curves  for 
sandwich       cylinders      having 

orthotropic  facings 659 

crack  propagation  tests  of  high- 
strengtli  sheet  materials  air- 
melted    and    consutrode    AMS 

6434  steel 1401 

fatigue-crack  propagation  in  alumi- 
num-alloy tension  panels 1310 

fatigue      damage      under      varying 

stress    amplitudes 1320 

fracture  testing  of  high-strength 
sheet  materials  under  condi- 
tions appropriate  for  stress 
analysis 1389 


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Strains  and  stresses — Continued 
fuel  rod  design,  fast  oxide  Ijreeder, 

stress    fousiderations 190 

loads  aud  deformations  of  buckled 

rectangular     plates 1326 

thermal  fatigue  and  crack  growth 
characteristics  and  mechanical 
strain  cycling  behavior  of  aus- 

tenitic    steels 1299 

torsion  of  sandwich  panels  of  trap- 
ezoidal, etc.,  cross  sections 658 

transport  airplane  wings,  fatigue 
tests  with  constant  and  vari- 
able amplitude  loading  sched- 
ules       1313 

Stratigraphy  : 

all-China  conference,  USSR  report 

on  results 837 

areas  between  Brazos  and  Colorado 

Rivers,  North-central  Texas 704 

Streams,  see  Rivers. 

Stresses     (mechanical),    see    Strains 

and  stresses. 
Strlgeoidea,  see  Flukes. 
Strontium  isotopes  : 
S-90— 

content    of    foods    and    of    total 
diets     in     U.S.,     summary     of 

available   data 194 

fallout     measurement     program, 

quarterly    report 196 

measuring  fallout,  gummed  film, 

summary   of   results 195 

Structural  steel,  see  Steel. 

Students,      career     opportunities     in 

SCS 96 

Study    abroad,     new     dimensions     in 

higher  education    (series) 460 

Subdivision  of  land,  see  Land. 
Submarine  boats  : 

anti-submarine    warfare,     role     of 

Navy 1365 

nuclear-powered,  atmosphere  puri- 
fication and  control,  chemical 

research    status 1378 

Submariners,  combat  training,  Soviet 

military    translations 1064 

Subversive  Activities  Control  Board, 

report,   1960 1539 

Sudan,     newly     independent     nation, 

fact  sheet 1483 

Sugar : 

beet,  farm  and  retail  prices 21 

industry,     Indonesia 1062 

Sulfate  pulp,  see  Wood  pulp. 
Summitville    district,    Colo.,    geology 

and  ore  deposits 708 

Sun,  atmosphere  relationsliip  changes, 

possible  cause,   USSR   study 970 

Sun  glasses,  see  Spectacles. 
Superheat  advance  demonstration  ex- 
periment, see  Reactors 
(atomic). 
Superheaters,  nuclear  reactor  develop- 
ment program,  progress  re- 
port         193 

Supersonic  speed,  see  Air  speed. 
Supplies,  see  Agricultural  supplies.— 
Government        supplies — Mili- 
tary supplies. 
Supply  and  demand,  commercial  fish- 
eries,  Oct.-Dec.   1960 568 

Support  from  absent  fathers  of  chil- 
dren receiving  ADC  [aid  to  de- 
pendent children] 1423 

Supreme  Court : 
cases  adjudged— 

Court  of  Claims  cases 431 

United  States  reports 1541-42 

Surface  water,  see  Water. 
Surface  water  supply,  see  Water  sup- 
ply. 
Surgery : 

dry  heart,  USSR  study 904 


Entry 
Surgery — Continued 

treatment  of  mitral-aortic  stenoses, 

USSR  study 959 

Surplus  agricultural  products,  see 
Agricultural  products. 

Surplus  property  : 

old  San  Francisco  Mint  building, 
disposition,  opinion  of  At- 
torney   General 1160 

redistribution,       agreement       with 

Denmark 1505 

Surveys,  see  Community  surveys — 
subjects  of  surveys. 

Swasta  Development  Bank,  problems 

Involved   in   development 807 

Sweden,  sending  gift  packages  to 621 

Switzerland,     livestock    feeding    and 

feed    industry 590 

Symbols,  defense  materials  system 
program  identification,  use  to 
segregate  purchase  orders 1454 

Symposiums : 

cardiology  in  aviation 129 

international  animal  feed,  papers-     588- 

591 
microwave    optics 108 

Synthetic  fibers,  see  Fibers. 

Synthetic  organic  chemicals,  see  Or- 
ganic compounds. 

Syria,  sending  gift  packages  to 622 

Systems  research,  opportunity  and 
challenge  for  measurement  re- 
search    psychologist 2 

T 

Tables    (compilation),  see  Technical, 
scientific,    and    economic    sub- 
jects. 
Tables  (mathematics),  see  Mathemat- 
ics. 
Ta-chung  Jih-pao  (periodical)  : 

elected    translations 892 

Tail   (aircraft)  : 
horizontal — 

effect  on  directional  stability  of 
trapezoidal-wing     airplane 

model 1284 

loads  caused  by  blast-induced 
gust,  experimental  investiga- 
tion      1271 

tee-tail    patrol    bomber,    transonic 

flutter   investigation 1270 

Taiwan,  see  Formosa. 
Take-ofC  (aircraft)  : 

altimeter    errors 1296 

Tamarisk    stands,    root    plow    use  in 

clearing 692 

Tanks,  storage  facilities  for  fats  and 

oils,  expansion  during  1950's_  17 

Tantalum,  gases  in,  study,  literature 

survey 206 

Tariff  : 

classification  study 1547—56 

submitting   report 1556 

customs  hints  for  all  persons  en- 
tering United    States 434 

customs  regulations,  1954,   revised 

pages 432-433 

import  duties,  1960,  annotated  for 
statistical      reporting,      public 

bulletin 287 

import  tariff  system — 

Australia 645 

India 643 

Iran 642 

New   Zealand 644 

proposed  revised  schedules  of  U.S., 

report 1555 

schedules.  special  classification 
provisions  appendix,  explana- 
tor.v  and  background  mate- 
rials        1554 

see  also  names  or  classes  of  articles 
imported  or  exported. 


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Tariff  Commission,  report,  2d  series.  1545 
Taxation  : 

alcohol,  free  of  tax,  distribution 
and  use,  code  of  Federal  regu- 
lations        746 

Communist  China,  agricultural  tax 

work  during  last  10  years 814 

legislative    program     of    Treasury 

(remarks) 1562 

small  business,  1961,  guide 744 

State  tax  collections,  1960 288 

see   also    Income    tax — also    names 

of  articles,  etc.,  object  to  tax. 

Teachers,     elementary,     examination 

announcement 311 

Teaching  Federal  income  taxes,  gen- 
eral         745 

Technical  assistance,  see  Foreign  aid. 
Technical  bulletins  : 

Agriculture  Department 103 

Food  and  Drug  Administration 582 

Technical  development  report.  Re- 
search and  Development  Bu- 
reau,     Federal      Aviation 

Agency 1456 

Technical  guide.  Urban  Renewal  Ad- 
ministration      1563 

Technical  Information  Office,  AEC, 
report  number   series   used  in 

cataloging    reports 213 

Technical  manuals,  Army  Depart- 
ment    163-165 

Technical  memorandum.  Beach  Ero- 
sion Board 487 

Technical  notes  : 

Air     Force     Cambridge     Research 

Center 106-107 

Arctic  Aeromedical   Laboratory.   127-128 

Forest  Products  Laboratory 665-666 

Lake     States     Forest     Experiment 

Station 672-674 

National    Aeronautics    and     Space 

Administration 1286-1320 

National  Bureau  of  Standards 1339 

Rome  Air  Development  Center 133 

Tennessee  Valley  Authority,  for- 
estry   investigations 1559 

Wright  Air  Development  Divi- 
sion     143-144 

Technical  papers  : 

Pacific      Southwest      Forest      and 

Range  Experiment  Station-   687-689 

Weather    Bureau 1574 

Technical  reports  : 

Aeronautical  Chart  and  Informa- 
tion   Center 105 

Air     Force     Cambridge     Research 

Center 108 

National    Aeronautics    and    Space 

Administration 1326-28 

Naval  Training  Device  Center 1370 

Rome  Air  Development  Center 134 

Wright  Air  Development  Center.   138-142 
Technical    research    note,    Personnel 
Research      Branch,      Adjutant 

General's   Office 2 

Technical  Sciences  Department, 
Ukrainian  SSR,  Academy  of 
Sciences,  research  and  intro- 
duction   plans    of    institutions 

for   1960 1020 

Technical  translations.  National 
Aeronautics  and  Space  Admin- 
istration     1321-25 

Technicians  : 

employed  in  industry,  survey  re- 
port      1359 

Poland,  bonus  payments  at  indus- 
trial enterprises,  new  regula- 
tions      1098 

Technology  : 

Communist  China — 

native    versus    modern    methods, 

evaluation 873 


Entry 
Technology — Continued 

Communist  China — Continued 
technological     revolution,      arti- 
cles      1134 

Department  of  Sciences  institu- 
tions of  Academy  of  Sciences, 
Ukrainian    SSR,   research   and 

Introduction  plans  for  1960 1020 

Impact  of  new  techniques  on  inte- 
grated multiple-purpose  water 

development,    report 426 

new  equipment  and  USSR  national 

economy,   USSR  study 975 

eee  also  subjects. 

Tektites,   origin 1301 

Telecommunication  : 

Communist  China,  services 890 

present  situation  in  Laos,  report 771 

Telephone : 

commercial  communications  serv- 
ices. Air  Force  manual 115 

rural,  construction  contract,  labor 

and    materials 1458 

Teletype,    teleprinter    and    facsimile 
equipment,  Chinese  Communist 

development 239 

Television : 

bibliography 462 

broadcasting  stations,  licensing, 
etc.,     amend     communications 

act,    hearings 392 

deceptive  practices  in  contests  of 
knowledge,    etc.,    prohibit, 

hearings 392 

technique   in  astronomy,  USSR 996 

Temperature : 

effects  on  luminance  of  phosphores- 
cent and  fluorescent  material 
used  for  aids  to  military  ac- 
tivity in   dark 1372 

high,  thermometry  seminar,  Oct.  1- 

2,    1959 226 

low,     physics,     all-Union    meeting, 

USSR    report 989 

mean  daily  maximum,  Jan.,  nation- 
al  atlas   sheet 1572 

mean  daily  minimum,  July,  nation- 
al   atlas   sheet 1573 

record-high,  methods  for  obtaining, 

USSR  study 922 

time-temperature    relationships    of 

test  head  fires  and  backfires 697 

transition,  of  steels  and  weld  met- 
als, effect  of  neutron  irradia- 
tion      1385 

Ten    Commandments,    Biblical    com- 
mandments,   teachings,    USSR 

refutation 822 

Tennessee : 

electric  rate  book 528 

mineral  industry,  minerals  year- 
book   chapter 1213 

southeastern,  6  county  area,  forest 

inventory  statistics 1557 

Tennessee  River  and  Valley  : 

flood  problems  and  management  in 

basin 411 

precipitation  in  basin 1560 

Tennessee  Valley  Authority  : 

forestry    bulletins 1557-58 

forestry     investigations,     technical 

note 1559 

Terrestrial  magnetism  : 

Cheshniki   magnetic   anomaly 1154 

Savran'   magnetic   anomaly 1157 

Tertiary  period,  see  Oak  Spring  for- 
mation. 
Testing,   see  names  of  substances  or 

objects  tested. 
Texas,     mineral     industry,     minerals 

yearbook  chapter 1214 

Texas  and  Pacific  Ry.,  accident 752 

Textiles : 

Communist  China  industry 830 


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Textiles — Continued 

industry  and  local  development  in 

Indonesia 965 

products,  tariff  classification  study, 
explanatory  and  background 
materials 1549 

Thailand  : 

economy,  basic  data 632 

sending  gift  packages  to 624 

Theater,  see  Drama. 

Theaters,  see  Motion  picture  theaters. 

Theoretical  analysis  of  monostatic  re- 
flection in  far  field  of  rigid, 
finite    objects 1379 

Therapeutics,  see  Healing  art. 

Thermal  stresses,  see  Strains  and 
stresses. 

Thermistors,    pressure    gauge    design 

procedures 1305 

Thermodynamics  : 
properties  of — ■ 

propylene,   USSR  study 948 

solids,  tables  of  Einstein  energy, 

etc 1397 

Thermoelectric  generators,  13-watt 
curium  fueled,  use  for  6-month 
space  mission 201 

Thermoelectricity  : 

palladium  and  palladium  nickel  al- 
loys containing  absorbed  hy- 
drogen, low  temperature  de- 
pendence       1387 

thermoelectric  nuclear  fuel  element, 

progress   report 230-231 

Thermometry,       high       temperature, 

seminar,  Oct.  1-2,  1959 226 

Thermonuclear  reactions,  see  Nuclear 
reactions. 

Theses,  see  Dissertations   (academic). 

Theta  pinch,  see  Plasma. 

Thrombosis,  aortic,  in  atherosclerosis, 

USSR  study 851 

TIAS   series 1495-1537 

Tibet  Jih-pao   (periodical)  : 

selected     translations 891 

Tibetan  Autonomous  Region,  budg- 
ets, 1959  final  and  1960  draft, 
report 871 

Tides,  hurricane  storm  in  New  York 

Bay,    prediction 487 

Timber : 

estimating  tree  diameters  by  aerial 

photography 691 

merchantable  trees  in  Oregon,  log- 
ging practice,  etc.,  compari- 
son        677 

resources,   relation  to   small  forest 

ownerships    (paper) 700 

skyline     cable     logging     on     steep 

slopes,  report  on  test 695 

Timberlands,  overstory  effect  on  un- 
derstory,  deer  habitat  in  mixed 
conifer   type 683 

Time,  time-temperature  relationships 
of  test  head  fires  and  back- 
fires         697 

Time    signals,     reception    by    Cook's 

method 1155 

Tiphen,  effect  on  ballistocardiogram 
in  patients  suffering  from  coro- 
nary insufficiency,  USSR 
study 919 

Tires,  pneumatic,  nonaircraft,  mili- 
tary   standard 448 

Tissues,  tumorous,  action  of  ultra- 
sound on  biological  properties, 
USSR  study 767 

Titaniferous   iron  ores,   see  Ilmenite. 

Titanium,  alloys,  casting  and  proc- 
essing, safety  problems,  USSR 
study 973 

Tobacco  : 

farms,  coastal  plain  of  North  Caro- 
lina, cost  of  production 100 


Entry 
Tobacco — Continued 
flue-cured — 

acids  and  esters  found  in 50 

chemical    composition    of    repre- 
sentative grades  1952  and  1954 

crops,     analysis 103 

Indonesia   industry 1062 

Indonesia    production 1022 

products    outlook    (address) 39 

Today's  woman  in  tomorrow's  world-     1577 
Toilet    articles,    census    of    manufac- 
tures, 1958,  industry  report 275 

Toledo,  Ohio  : 

foreign-trade  zone,  establish — 

report  of  examiners'  committee-       651 
report  on  physical  requirements-        652 
Tomato  fruitworms,  see  Bollworms. 
Tomato    sauce,     U.S.     standards    for 

grades 14 

Tomatoes  : 

golden    nematode,    how   to   prevent 

spread 81 

salvaging  from  frozen  vines 91 

Tools,  see  Machine  tools. 
Topographic    maps,     see    Maps    and 

charts. 
Topography,       topographic      instruc- 
tions     710-711 

Torsion,  see  Strains  and  stresses. 
Toxicants,  see  Poisons. 
Toxicity,  see  Poisons. 
Tracking,     simplified     electronic     ap- 
paratus   (SETA)    for   training 

and  research 139 

see  also  Radar  tracking. 
Tracking  stations  : 

space  vehicles  program,  agreement 
with — • 

Fedei-ation   of   Nigeria 1537 

Union   of   South   Africa 1499 

Trade,  see  Commerce. — Retail  trade — 
also  names  or  classes  of  com- 
modities. 
Trade    agreements,    see    Commercial 

treaties. 
Trade    and    industrial    education   se- 
ries        461 

Trade  associations,  directory  of  na- 
tional associations  of  business- 
men, 1960 246 

Trade     Unions,     Free,     International 
Federation  of,  see  Internation- 
al   Federation    of   Free    Trade 
Unions. 
Traffic  control,  see  Air  traffic. 

Train  control  devices,  statistics 756 

Training  : 

initial    programs    and    preemploy- 
ment   courses  for   women   and 

girls 1576 

on-the-job    within    industries    pro- 
gram,   Indonesia 796 

professional         opportunities         in 

ARDC 131 

see   also   Apprentices — Naval    edu- 
cation. 
Trains,  see  Railroads. 
Tranquilizing  drugs,  psychiatric  and 

non-psychiatric     use 1566 

Transfer  of  heat,  see  Heat  transfer. 
Transistors  : 

h-parameters,  device  for  measuring 
at  radio  frequency.  Communist 

China 1021 

research  and  development.  Commu- 
nist China  work  report 254 

Translations,  technical.  National 
Aeronautics  and  Space  Admin- 
istration     1321^25 

Transmission      lines,      see      Electric 

lines. 
Transonic  speed,  see  Air  speed. 
Transpiration,  evapo-transpiration  re- 
duction,   report 416 


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Transport  airplanes,  see  Airplanes. 
Transport  pilots,  see  Aviators. 
Transportation  : 

air,  troops  and  equipment,  techni- 
cal manual 165 

Anhwei      Province,      realization      of 

plans,  Communist  China 774 

industry,  services  in  peace  and  war 

(address) 306 

Kirin  Province,  China 821 

materials  having  critical  theimal 
tolerances  to  heat,  suitable  in- 
sulated   containers 127 

publications,  price  list 1425 

statistics  in  United  States,  1959 —       757 
see  also  Air  carriers — Travel. 
Transportation  of  persons,  see  Travel. 
Traumas,  see  Injuries. 
Travel : 

joint  regulations,  change 1540 

passenger,  between  U.S.  and  foreign 

countries,   monthly   reports 737 

transatlantic    charter    trips,    CAB 

regulations 299 

Travelers  : 

abroad,  health  hints  for  travelers-     1449 
health  information,  Asia,  Australia 

and  New  Zealand 1437 

Treasury  bonds,  see  Bonds  of  United 

States. 
Treasury  Department : 

department   circular 1561 

legislative  program   (remarks) 1562 

Treaties  : 

and  other  international  acts  se- 
ries     1495-1537 

and  other  international  agree- 
ments,  1959 1538 

Tree  seeds,  see  Seeds. 
Trees  : 

improvement  In  grade  and  volume 

through  better  log  making 1559 

Oregon,  logging  practice  and  vol- 
ume table  specifications  com- 
parison         677 

principal  kinds  in  forest  regions  of 

U.S.,  list 667 

State,  list 701 

see    also    Christmas    trees — Hard- 
woods— also  names  of  trees. 
Trematoda,  see  Flukes. 

Trichinosis,  in  United  States  (talk)_  60 

Tri-State  zinc-lead  district,  catalog 
of  recorded  exploration  drilling 

and  mine  workings 1197 

Trimetrogon  photographs,  see  Aerial 

mapping. 
Triodes,  magnetic,  analysis  for  direct- 
energy  conversion  having  flat- 
plate  cathodes  and  anodes  at 

arbitrary    angle 1314 

Trochiliphagidae,  see  Lice. 
Trogoderma,  see  Beetles. 

Troop    topics 159 

Troops,  see  Armed  Forces. 
Trophies,  NGB,  indoor  rifle  matches, 
postal,   announcement  of  win- 
ners, pamphlet 1340 

Trusses  (roof),  see  Roofs. 
Tsaidam    region,    Communist    China, 
development  and   construction 
under  Mao  Tse-Tung's  theory-       793 
Tsinghai    Province,    China,    work   re- 
port         935 

Tsingtao,  China,   work  report,   1957- 

58 869 

Tuberculosis  : 

Ardea  House  Conference,  recomen- 

dations,  summary,  etc 1430 

beds    in    hospitals    and    sanatoria, 

index 1442 

Tuberculosis  in  animals,  State-Fed- 
eral cooperative  program,  sta- 
tistical  tables,   1959 53 


Entry 
Tubes,  superheat  process,  heat  trans- 
fer   tests 187 

see      also      Electron      tubes — also 
names  of  metals,  etc.,  of  which 
tubes  are  made. 
Tucson,  Ariz.  : 

Gila  River  flood  control,  engineer 
report — 

departmental    edition 474 

document    edition 384 

Tumors  : 

atlas  of  tumor  pathology 435 

certain    controversial    problems    of 

viral  origin,  USSR  study 769 

odontogenic    apparatus    and    jaws, 

pathology 435 

tissues,  action  of  ultrasound  on 
biological     properties,      USSR 

study 767 

Tunisia,    mutual   security    in    action, 

fact  sheet 1494 

Turbines  : 

cycle  characteristics  for  turboelec- 

tric  space   power  systems 1297 

equipment  in  Czechoslovak  hydro- 
electric power  plants,  charac- 
teristic   features 1047 

Turbojet   engines,    see   Engines    (air- 
craft). 
Turbulence,    atmospheric,    use   of   ra- 
dioactive isotopes  for  determi- 
nation, USSR  study 979 

Turbulent  flow,  see  Flow. 
Turkey : 

political  situation  following  revolu- 
tion       1004 

sending  gift  packages  to 625 

Turkeys,  raised  on  farm,  1959 40 

Twine  : 

binder  and  baler,  trade  agreements, 
escape  clause  investigation  re- 
port       1543 

hard-fiber  cords  and  twine,  trade 
agreements,  escape-clause  in- 
vestigation report 1544 

Tygarts  Creek  : 

flood  control,  engineer  report^ — - 

departmental    edition 476 

document    edition 358 

Typhus  fever,  problems  reflected  in 
its  contemporary  forms,  USSR 
study 795 

U 

U.A.R.,  see  United  Arab  Republic. 
U.I.,  see  Unemployment  insurance. 
U.S.D.A.,  see  Agriculture  Department. 
U.S.S.R.,  see  Union  of  Soviet  Socialist 

Republics. 
UAR,see  United  Arab  Republic. 
UI,  see  Unemployment  insurance. 
Ukrainian  Soviet  Socialist  Republic  : 
Academy    of    Sciences,    Department 
of   Technical    Sciences  institu- 
tions,   research    and    introduc- 
tion plans  for  1960 1020 

report  on  4th  all-Union  conference 

on  liquid   state  of  matter 1003 

science,  news,  USSR 762 

scientific  conference  devoted  to  role 
of  nervous  system  types  of  met- 
abolic compensatory  and 
restorative  reactions  of  organ- 
ism      1012 

Ulcers,  gaugliolytics  in  therapy  of  ul- 
cerous diseases,  USSR  study 792 

Ultrasonics,  see  Sound. 
Ultraviolet  rays  : 

decontramination  results  of  UFA 
water  system  by  irradiation 
from  AIvKh  apparatus,  USSR 

study 941 

effect  on  properties  of  paints 1398 


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Hntry 

Un-American  activities,  subversive  ac- 
tivities control  act,  amend 379 

Un-American     Activities     Committee, 

House,  hearings 379,  380 

UNC,   see  United  Nations  Command. 
Unemployed,    community    attack    on 
chronic  unemployment,  Hazel- 
ton,  Pa.,  ease  study 243 

Unemployment  insurance  : 

Employment  security  research  ex- 
change        467 

State  laws — 

comparison 466 

significant    provisions,    Oct.    15, 

1960 469 

statistics  reporting  instructions 
handbook  for  State  employ- 
ment security  agencies 468 

Unified        action        Armed        Forces 

(UNAAF) 759 

Uniforms,  military,  foreign  countries-        147 
Union  of  South  Africa  : 

sending  gift  packages  to 626 

space     vehicles     tracking     stations 

program,    agreement 1499 

Union  of  Soviet  Socialist  Republics  : 
Academy  of  Medical  Sciences,  activ- 
ities in  Presidium 810 

Academy  of  Sciences — 

Department  of  Chemical  Sciences 

session,    proceedings 943 

Institute  of  Oceanology,  Black 
Sea  Experimental  Scientific  Re- 
search Station,  jubilee  confer- 
ence report 777 

Siberian   Department   news 1038 

Air  Force  materials,  translations 1041 

all-Union  conferences  and  con- 
gresses— 

dermato-venerealogists 868 

electrical  traumatism 914 

liquid  state  of  matter,  Ukrainian 

report 1003 

low  temperature  physics 989 

Aral  Sea,  major  scientific  work 778 

art  against   religion 1030 

article  on  Joseph  Mindszenty 816 

Biblical    commandants,     teachings, 

refutation 822 

bibliography,  missiles,  rockets,  and 

space    effort 157 

border    protection    decree,    selected 

military    translations 1103 

civil     defense,      selected     military 

translations 1045 

communications 819 

communism,    selected    translations 

from  Kommunist 1077 

conferences,  congresses,  etc. — 
automatic    control    and    methods 

of  electrical  measurements 833 

peaceful  use  of  atomic  energy —     1050 
physical      culture      conferences, 

news 832 

construction,  selected  translations-     1121 

contemporary    revisionism 1049 

development  of  economic  relations 
between   Communist   countries 

of  Europe 1102 

dissertations  for  degrees  in  science 
and  engineering  at  higher  edu- 
cational Institutions,  list 913 

education    programs 463 

electric  power  station  construction, 

shortcomings   in   planning 1132 

emerald  mines  of  Urals,  general  in- 
formation         994 

evening  and  correspondence  courses 
important  part  of  higher  edu- 
cation     1046 

ferrous     metallurgy     development, 

production    cost   planning 815 

foreign  trade  in  1959 1031 

friendship  with  Communist  China. 

indissoluble 1029,  1036 


Entry 
Union  of  Soviet  Socialist  Republics — Con. 

geodesy,  1925-40,  translations 1154—58 

grain  marketing  (summary  of  re- 
marks)    26 

higher  educational  Institutions, 
news — 

radio  engineering 845,  867,  984 

radio  physics 991 

hydrogeological  stations,  distribu- 
tion       1011 

Institute  of  Epidemiology  and  Mi- 
crobiology, Division  of  Immu- 
nology and  Oncology,  work 787 

Interdepartmental    Commission    on 

Aerial  Surveying 776 

International   currency   and   credit 

relations 805 

labor  force,  reproduction  and  bal- 
ance      1040 

Lenin  and  problem  of  peaceful  co- 
existence      1035 

machine  building,  selected  transla- 
tions     928,  995,  1125 

machine   construction,    competition 

with  U.S.,  prospects 1107 

medical  care  improvement  and 
health  of  population,  protec- 
tion   measures 944 

military    and    political    intentions, 

etc.,  testimony 380 

military    translations 1018, 

1041,     1053,    1064-65,     1079-80, 
1084,  1103,  1113,  1115. 
nationalism   and    clericalism,    anti- 
popular   ideology 1034 

Navy,   military    translations 1065 

periodical,  herald  of  communica- 
tions, translation 840,  1019 

psychiatric  Institutions,  composi- 
tion and  disposition  of  pa- 
tients        952 

publication,  communications  cable, 

excerpts 838 

report     on     results     of     all-China 

stratigraphic    conference 837 

reports  on  underdeveloped  coun- 
tries        1032 

Soviet  abstracts 963,  987 

Soviet  Initiative  in  cancer  control 
supported  by  UN  General  As- 
sembly         976 

Soviet  scientific  periodicals  re- 
ceived in  Department  of  Agri- 
culture  Library 104 

state  standards  for  railroad  clear- 
ances      1024 

study  of  juridical  questions  among 
activities       of       International 

Court  during  1959 927 

technology    In    service    of    7-year 

plan 975 

veterinary    medicine,    organization 

and    progress 998 

Union  Slough  National  Wildlife  Ref- 
uge, general  information 571 

United  Arab  Republic : 

Egyptian  region,  sending  gift  pack- 
ages        600 

surplus    agricultural    commodities, 

agreement 1510 

United  Kingdom,  see  Great  Britain. 
United  Kingdom  of  Great  Britain 
and  Northern  Ireland,  see 
Great  Britain. 
United  Nations  Command,  records  of 
headquarters,  preliminary  In- 
ventory       1332 

United  States : 

Note. — For  all  subjects 
pertaining  to  the  United 
States,  except  its  govern- 
ment, general  history,  and 
description,  see  such  sub- 
jects. 


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Entry 

United  States — Continued 

county  outline  maps 282,  283 

facts,  history,  geograpliy,  etc 148 

United  States  Marine  Corps  War  Me- 
morial,  general  information 1354 

United  States  reports,  see  Supreme 
Court. 

Upper   Flathead    Valley,   Mont.,    soil 

survey  of  area 1473 

Ural     Mountains,     emerald    deposits, 

general   information 994 

Uranium  : 

alloys,  silicon,  molybdenum  and 
uranium  monocarblde  cermets, 
beryllium-clad  fabrication  de- 
velopment, as  reactor  fuel-ele- 
ments         204 

reconnaissance,     Salamanca     area, 

Coquimbo  Province,  Chile 211 

rolling  of  uranium  sheet  and  its 
properties,  studies  on  fuel  ele- 
ment         178 

uranium  and  compounds,  action  on 

human  organism,  USSR  study-       940 

Uranium  dioxide,  crystal,  deforma- 
tion modes  at  700°  C.  to 
1900°    C 205 

Urban  renewal,  see  Redevelopment 
(city  planning  etc.)!. 

Urban  Renewal  Administration,  tech- 
nical guide 1563 

USDA,  see  Agriculture  Department. 

USS  Burrfish  SSR  312  (submarine)  : 

loan  to  Canada,  agreement 1526 

USSR,  see  Union  of  Soviet  Socialist 
Republics. 

Utah,     mineral     industry,     minerals 

yearbook  chapter 1215 

Utilities,  water-supply,  injury-pro- 
ducing accident  occurrences 1169 

Utility  companies,  see  Electric  utili- 
ties. 

V 

Vacations,  workers  entitled  to,  North 
Vietnam  ministry  of  labor  di- 
rective        844 

Vaccination,  Information  for  travel  in 
Asia,  Australia  and  New  Zea- 
land      1437 

Vacuum,  hot  pressing  of  high  grade 

beryllia 175 

Valves,  see  Light  valves. 
Varnish  and  varnishing : 

census  of  manufactures,  1958,  in- 
dustry report 276 

current  industrial  reports 285 

Vascular  system,  see  Cardiovascular 

system. 
Veal,  purchase  specifications  require- 
ments approved  by  USDA 30 

Vectorcardiograms  : 

diagnosis  of  left  ventricular  hyper- 
trophy, USSR  study 917 

heart,  observations  in  newborn,  in- 
fants,  and   children   native  to 

high    altitudes 124 

normal,  and  its  variants  in  persons 

of  different  ages,  USSR  study-       918 
Vegetable  products,   see  Agricultural 

products. 
Vegetables : 

spring,  acreage   marketing  guides-  11 
western   frozen,    geographic   distri- 
bution   95 

Vegetation,  see  Herbs — Plants. 
Vehicles,  equipment  components.  Fed- 
eral supply  schedule 545 

see  also  Spacecraft. 
Venereal  diseases,  5th  All-Unlon  Con- 
gress    of     Dermato-Venereolo- 
gists,  USSR  study 868 


Entry 
Venezuela,  sending  gift  packages  to-  628 
Ventilation  : 

mechanical       design,       engineering 

manual 481 

systems,  installation  during  re- 
conditioning of  protective 
bunkers,  preliminary  proce- 
dures         171 

Vermillion  River  and  Valley  : 

flood  control,  improvement  of  basin, 
engineer  report — 

departmental    edition 488 

document    edition 354 

Vermont : 

census  of  population,  1960,  general 

characteristics 289 

milk  flavor  improvement  program.         41 
Vessels,  see  Ships. 
Vestuik  svyazi   (periodical)  : 

translation 840,  1019 

Veterans : 

assistant  State  employment  repre- 
sentative, examination  an- 
nouncement         325 

benefits,     slide     chart     calculator, 

1960 381 

laws,   compilation,   supplement 351 

loans,  guaranteed  and  direct,  ques- 
tions  and   answers 1567 

Veterans  Administration  : 

information  bulletin  IB  series 1565 

loan  guaranty  and  direct  loan  pro- 
grams, questions  and  answers-     1567 

personnel  information  bulletin 1565 

publications,    index 1564 

VA   pamphlet 1567 

Veterinary   instruments   and   appara- 
tus. Federal  supply  schedules —  547- 

548 
Veterinary  medicine,  USSR,  organiza- 
tion and  progress 998 

Veterinary    supplies,    see    Veterinary 

instruments  and  apparatus. 
Vibration  : 

absorber,  for  2-bladed  helicopters-     1321 
wings  of  varying  aspect  ratio,  etc., 
at  Mach  nos,  0.60  to  1.10,  flut- 
ter  Investigation 1248 

Vietnam : 

newly      indepedent     nation,      fact 

sheet 1487 

North — 

agricultural     cooperatives     and 

party  discipline 1101 

art  and  literature  of  ethnic  mi- 
norities         870 

construction     and     necessity     of 

avoiding    waste 800 

Ho  Chi  Minh,  newspaper  arti- 
cles        1095 

life  in  Hanoi,  articles 898 

local    industry    in   provinces 896 

ministry  of  labor  directive  on  va- 
cations for  various  occupa- 
tions          844 

responsibilities       of       industrial 

branches,  2d-half  of  1!)60 800 

sending  gift  packages  to 629 

Vines,  frozen,  salvaging  tomatoes 91 

Vinyl,  plastic  weatherstrip,  standard 

of  trade 242 

Virgin  Islands,  Government,   records, 

preliminary    inventory 1331 

Virginia,   mineral   industry,   minerals 

yearbook  chapter 1216 

Virginia  pine,  see  Pine. 
Viruses,  viral  origin   of  tumors,   cer- 
tain    controversial     problems, 

USSR  study 769 

Viscosity : 

data,    from   lime   soda   sinter   slur- 
ries,  method   for  evaluating —     1236 
liquid    metals,     relation    to    other 

properties 180 


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Entry 
Vlasov,  K.  A.,  concepts  in  works  and 
role    in    prospecting    for    and 
evaluating   rare   eartli   pegma- 
tites, USSR  criticism  of  article 

on 949 

Vocational   Division,   bulletin 465 

Vocational  education  : 

advisory    committees,    organization 

and  use 461 

Communist   China,    progress 1005 

cooperative      program,      agreement 

with  Brazil 1518 

training     opportunities     and     pre- 
employment  courses  for  women 

and  girls 1576 

Vortex   (motion)  : 

vortical  wake  effects  on  rectangular 

wing  at  low  speed,   study 1290 

VTOL,  see  Aircraft. 

W 

W.A.D.D.,    see    Wright  Air   Develop- 
ment Division. 
WADD,  see  Wright  Air  Development 

Division. 
Wage  earners,  see  Labor. 
Wage-hour  act,  see  Labor  standards. 
Wages  : 

Communist     China,     monthly     ad- 
vanced   payment 864 

community       surveys,       directory, 

1948-June  1960 1181 

minimum,    grocery    stores,    selected 
experiences      in      New      York 

State 94 

occupational  survey — 
Green  Bay,  Wis. — 

departmental    edition 1172 

document    edition 365 

Little    Rock-North    Little    Rock, 
Ark. — 

departmental    edition 1176 

document    edition 369 

Oklahoma  City,  Okla. — 

departmental    edition 1173 

document    edition 366 

Raleigh,  N.C. — 

departmental    edition 1175 

document    edition 368 

San         Bernardino-Riverside-On- 
tario, Calif. — 

departmental    edition 1174 

document    edition 367 

Scranton,  Pa. — 

departmental    edition 1178 

document    edition 371 

Seattle,  Wash. — 

departmental    edition 1177 

document    edition 370 

Wichita,  Kans. — 

departmental    edition 1179 

document    edition 372 

Wake  (aircraft)  : 

vortical,      effects     on     rectangular 

wing  at  low  speed,  study 1290 

Walls,  openings,  comparison  of  State 
codes     with    ASA     standards, 

chart 1160 

War  gases,  see  Gases. 
Warping,    plastic-faced   wood   panels, 
importance    of    balanced    con- 
struction        664 

Warrant  officers,  see  Marine  Corps — 

Navy. 
Washington,  D.C.,  see  District  of  Co- 
lumbia. 
Washington  State : 

agricultural      conservation      hand- 
book          10 

surface    water    supply     of    Pacific 

slope  basins 721 

Waste  (economics)  : 

North    Vietnam,    construction    and 

necessity  of  avoiding  waste 800 


Entry 
Waste  products,  disposal,  potato  chip 

industry 1443 

Water  : 

conservation,  abstracts  of  material 

published 44 

ground    water,     levels     in     Pacific 

Northwest    wells 707 

moisture  absorption  by  eviscerated 
broilers    during    washing    and 

chilling 93 

quality  management,   report 419 

resources,  research  needs,  report 423 

reuse,  present  and  prospective 
means  for  improved  processes, 

report 425 

saline  water  conversion,  report 421 

saline  water  research  and  develop- 
ment program  report 739-740 

surface  water — 

quality,  irrigation,  western  U.S_       716 

quality.  United  States,  1957 715 

United     States,     compilation     of 

records  through  Sept.  1950 713 

see  also  Hydrogeology — Sea  wa- 
ter— also  headings  beginning 
Water. 
Water  carriers,  dual-rate  contract  ar- 
rangement for  shippers,  con- 
tinue in   effect,  bearing 389 

Water  pollution  : 

abatement,   report 404 

abatement,  water  requirements,  re- 
port        424 

America's    water    needs,    1900-80, 

chart   book 1434 

critical  health  and  economic  prob- 
lems facing  Nation 1435 

impact  on   recreation 1446 

National  Conference  on  Water  Pol- 
lution— 

bulletin 1433 

program 1444 

Water  supply : 

America's    needs,     1900-80,     chart 

book 1434 

effect  of  agricultural  requirements, 

report 408 

Egypt's  Aswan  Dam 1044 

ground  water  in  Oak  Spring  for- 
mation and  hydrologic  effects 
of  underground  nuclear  explo- 
sions         212 

Pacific  Northwest,  water  resources 

summary 707 

protection  bunkers,  reconditioning_        174 
resources — 

activities  in  U.S. — 

Alaska  resources,   report 414 

application  and  effects  of  nu- 
clear energy,   report 422 

charts  and   graphs  with  brief 

comments,    report 397 

clean   water  availability  and  fu- 
ture    supply 1435 

electric  power  in  relation  to 
Nation's     water     resources, 

reports 405 

estimated  requirements  for 
agricultural  purposes,  re- 
port         408 

evaporation       reduction      and 

seepage  control,  report 418 

evapo-transpiration    reduction, 

report 416 

fish    and    wildlife    and    water 

resources,  report 413 

flood  problems  and  manage- 
ment    in     Tennessee     River 

Basin,   report 411 

floods  and  flood  control,  re- 
port        410 

future    needs    for    navigation, 

report 406 

future   needs    for    reclamation 

in  Western  States,  report--       409 


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Entry 

Water  supply — Continued 
resources — continued 

future  reiiuirements  for  mu- 
nicipal  use,    report 402 

future  requirements  of  princi- 
ple   water-using    industries, 

report 403 

Hawaii  resources,  report 415 

impact  of  new  techniques  on 
integrated    multiple-purpose 

development,    report 426 

land  and  water  potentials  and 
future  requirements  for  wa- 
ter,   report 407 

national   water  resources   and 

problems,    report 399 

national  water  resources  dur- 
ing past  50  years,  summary 

of    reviews 398 

poUutiou   abatement,   report 404 

pollution  abatement  require- 
ments, report 424 

l)opulation  projections  and  eco- 
nomic  assumptions,   report-       401 
present  and  prospective  means 
for  improved  reuse  of  water, 

report 425 

quality  management,   report- _       419 
recreation  needs  in  U.S.,  1960- 

2000,  report 412 

research  needs,  report 423 

river  forecasting  and  hydro- 
meteorological  analysis,  re- 
port         420 

saline  water  conversion,  re- 
port         421 

supply  and  demand,  report 427 

surface  water  resources,  sum- 
marized data,  report 400 

weather   modification,    report-       417 
surface — 

resources    of    U.S.,    summarized 

data 400 

United     States,     compilation    of 

records  through  Sept.  1950 713 

United  States.  1959 717-722 

utilities,      injuries     and      accident 

causes 1109 

water     resources     review,     annual 

summary,    1960 712 

water  supply  papers 713-722 

Water  systems  : 

Laos,     installation     of     necessary 

equipment 770 

UFA,  decontamination  results  by 
ultraviolet  irradiation  from 
AKKh        apparatus,        USSR 

study 941 

Waterborne  commerce,  see  Commerce. 
Watercraft,  see  Ships. 
Watersheds,     management,     research 
program  in  California's  lower 

conifer   zone 688 

Waterways,  bridge,  hydraulics 1451 

Waubay    National    Wildlife    Refuge, 

general    information 574 

Waves,  see  Shock  waves — Sound. 
Weapons  : 

atomic,   necessity  for  preparedness 

(remarks) 235 

mutual        development        program, 

agreement  with  Australia 1501 

nuclear — 

comparison  test  of  reinforcing 
steels  in  blast-resistant  con- 
struction        233 

tests,  Geneva  discontinuance  con- 
ference, progress,  etc.,  analy- 
sis        387 

production  program,  agreement 
with — 

Norwav 1504 

Portugal 1527 


Entry 
Weather : 

modification,  progress  and  possibili- 
ties        417 

see  alfio  Climate. 

Weather  Bureau,    technical  paper 1574 

Weather  control,   cloud   modification, 
Chinese      Communist      experi- 
ments, trends  and  evaluation-       240 
Weather  stations  : 

agreement  with  Chile 1519 

material  recorded  in  climatological 

record  books,  1870  to  date 1571 

Weatherstrip,  vinyl  plastic,  standard 

of    trade 2*42 

Weaviug  and  comprehensive  utiliza- 
tion of  wild  plant  fibers,  Com- 
munist China 797 

Weeds,   control  in  western   irrigation 

and  drainage  systems 43 

Weights  and  Measures,  National  Con- 
ference on,  see  National  Con- 
ference on  Weights  and  Meas- 
ures. 
Weld  metal,  meutron  irradiation,  ef- 
fect on  Charpy  V  and  drop- 
weight  test  transition  tempera- 
tures       1385 

West  (U.S.)  : 

frozen  fruits  and  vegetables,  geo- 
graphic  distribution 95 

irrigation    and    drainage    systems, 

weed  control 43 

irrigation,       quality      of      surface 

water 716 

projects 409 

West  Virginia,  mineral  Industry,  min- 
erals yearbook  chapter 1217 

Western  States,  see  West  (U.S.). 
Westinghouse  Electric  Corp.,   Atomic 
Power  Dept.,  research  and  de- 
velopment   program,    progress 

report 234 

Wetting  agents,  properties  of  tetra- 
fluoroethylene   and  hexafluoro- 

propylene    copolymers 1381 

Wheat : 

distribution  of  varieties  and  classes, 

U.S.    1959 101 

stocks,  Oct.   1,   1960 36 

Wheels,  inertia,  and  bar  magnet,  use 

in   satellite  attitude  control 1317 

White    House    Conference    on    Aging, 

significance,  purpose,  etc 1575 

White  pine  blister  rust.  Lake  States, 

economics    of   control 653 

Whitman  National  Monument,  gen- 
eral   information 1355 

Wichita,  Kans.  : 

occupational  wage  survey — 

departmental    edition 1179 

document  edition 372 

Wildlife: 

and  water  resources,   report 413 

miscellaneous  legislation,  hearings-       378 

useful,  making  land  produce 70 

Wildlife  refuges  : 

national,  southeast  region  4,  gen- 
eral  information 57i0 

refuge   leaflets 569-575 

see  also  names  of  refuges. 
Williamson,    W.    Va.,    railroad    acci- 
dent        753 

Williamsport,  Pa.,  aircraft  accident-       297 

Wills,  do  you  need  a  will? 742 

Wind  tunnels  : 

interference  effects  in  two-dimen- 
sional and  axisymmetric  flows 
with  free-stream  Mach  num- 
ber 1 1328 

supersonic  aircraft  with  forebody 
strakes  for  Improving  direc- 
tional stability  inve8tlgation__     1282 


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Winds : 

tail  loads  caused  by  blast  induced 
gust,  experimental  investiga- 
tion  _- 1271 

wing  loads  caused  by  blast-induced 
gusts- 
experimental    investigation 1266 

experimental  results 1273 

Wings   (aircraft)  : 

aerodynamic  load  caused  by  blast- 
induced  gust  increasing  angle 
of  attack  into  stall  region,  in- 
vestigation       1266 

cranked-wing  configuration,  inter- 
action of  shock-wave  patterns.     1293 

delta,  drag  due  to  lift  at  Mach  nos. 

up  to  2.0 1312 

effects  of  frequency  and  amplitude 
of  oscillation  in  sideslip  on 
lateral  stability  derivatives, 
low-speed    investigation 1281 

flat-plate,  pressure  loads  produced 
by  rocket  jets  exhausting  in 
spanwise  direction  below  wing 
and  perpendicular  to  free- 
stream  flow  of  Mach  no.  2.0 —     1285 

flutter  of  varying  aspect  ratio,  etc., 
at  Mach  nos.  0.60  to  1.10,  in- 
vestigation       12i48 

loads  due  to  blast — 

experimental    investigation 1266 

experimental  results 1273 

parawing    as    high-life    device    for 

aircraft 1319 

rectangular,    vortical    wake    effects 

at  low  speed,  study 1290 

span  loadings  due  to  twist  at  tran- 
sonic and  supersonic  speeds —     1274 

sweptback,  45°,  high  velocity  blow- 
ing over  leading-  and  trailing- 
edge  flaps 12-51 

triangular  and  rectangular,  pres- 
sure distributions  to  high  an- 
gles of  attack,  Mach  numbers 
1.45  and  1.97 1249 

unswept,  effect  of  leading-edge 
droop  on  aerodynamic  and 
loading  characteristics  at 
transonic    speeds 1267 

untapered,  sweep  angle  effects  on 
boundary-layer  stability  char- 
acteristics at  low  speeds 1289 

vertical  position  effects  on  direc- 
tional stability  of  trapezoidal- 
wing  airplane  model 1284 

Women : 

energy    expenditures    for    selected 

activities 77 

preemployment  courses  and  train- 
ing opportunities 1576 

State  labor  laws,  summary — 

Arizona 1580 

Delaware 1581 

District   of   Columbia 1582 

Illinois 1583 

Massachusetts 1584 

North    Dakota 1585 

today's  women  in  tomorrow's  world, 
report  of  conference  commemo- 
rating 40th  anniversary  of  Wo- 
men's Bureau 1577 

workers,   facts 1578 

workers,  New  Jersey,  maintenance 

and  health  protection  costs —     1579 
Women's  Bureau  : 

bulletins 1576-77 

leaflet 1578 

today's  woman  in  tomorrow's  world 
report  of  conference  commemo- 
rating 40th  anniversary 1577 


Entry 

Wood: 

comprehensive    use   in    Communist 

China 1023 

modified  woods 662 

moisture  content,  coatings  for  mini- 
mizing   changes 665 

shrinkage  or  swelling  with  change 

in   moisture  content 657 

tariff  classification  study,  explana- 
tory and  background  materi- 
als       1548 

see  also  Hardwoods — ^Lumber — 
also  names  of  articles  manu- 
factured from  wood. 

Wood  preservatives,  see  Creosote. 

Wood  pulp,  sulfate  and  prehydrolysis- 
suljfate  for  nitration,  relation 
of  characteristics  to  prepara- 
tion   variables 661 

Woods,  see  Wood 

Woolley,  Robert  W.,  papers  in  Library 

of   Congress,    register 1192 

Workers,  see  Labor — Women. 

Workmen's  compensation,  see  Employ- 
ers' liability  and  workmen's 
compensation. 

World  trade,  see  Commerce. 

Wright      Air     Development     Center, 

technical  reports _  138-142 

Wright    Air    Development    Division, 

technical    notes 143-144 

Wyoming,  mineral  industry,  minerals 

yearbook  chapter 1218 

Wyssen  cable  system,  see  Lumbering. 

X 

X-ray  technicians,  examination  an- 
nouncement         309 


Yankee  Atomic  Electric  Co.,  reactor 
research  and  development  pro- 
gram, progress  report 234 

Young  workers,  see  Youth. 

Your  Federal  income  tax 747 

Youth : 

employment,  list  of  publications 1167 

Mongolian,  all-out  efforts  for  devel- 
opment of  socialist  construc- 
tion         765 

young  workers  under  18,  1959  sup- 
plement      1168 

Yugoslavia  : 

producers  council  within  commune-     1048 

selected  economic  translations 1087, 

1140,  1147,  1150 

selected  sociological  translations 1028, 

1091 
workers  self-management  and  divi- 
sion of  labor 1043 

Yunnan    Province,    China,    work    re- 
port      1072 


Zinc,  Tri  State  zinc-lead  district, 
catalog  of  recorded  explora- 
tion drilling 1197 

Zirconium  : 

alloys,    zirconium-dysprosium    equi- 
librium   diagram 1237 

and    zlrcaloy-2    tubing,    extruded, 

texture  study 203 

Zirconium    Isotopes,    Zr-90,    nuclear 

electric  monopole  transitions-       184 

Zoology,  general  and  specialized,  So- 
viet   abstracts 987 

Zooparasitology,   Soviet   abstracts 963 


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DISTRIBUTION    OF    PUBLICATIONS 

In  ordering  publications  listed  in  this  catalog,  it  should  be  noted  that 
only  those  marked  with  an  asterisk  (*)  are  obtainable  from  the  Super- 
intendent of  Documents. 

Publications  marked  with  a  farad  ($)  are  sold  by  the  Office  of  Tech- 
nical Services,  Commerce  Dept. 

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be  made  directly  to  the  department  or  bureau  issuing  the  document. 

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ton 25,  D.C.,  unless  otherwise  indicated. 

*  For  sale  by  Superintendent  of  Documents 

^  For  sale  by  Office  of  Technical  Services, 
Commerce  Dept. 

t  Distribution  made  by  Issuing  Office.  Not 
definitely  available  if  unaccompanied  by 
a  price 

+    Printed  for  Official  Use 

(not  available  for  distribution) 

•  Sent  to  Depository  Libraries 


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Number  793 


Entries  1587-2764  with  APPENDIX 

Semiannual  List  of  Periodicals,  Releases,  and  Statistical 
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Entries  2765-3654 


Issued  by  the  SUPERINTENDENT  OF  DOCUMENTS 

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SUBSCRIPTION    PRICE    $3.00    PER    YEAR    (INCLUDING    INDEX) 

$1.50    ADDITIONAL    FOR    FOREIGN    MAILING 


PREVIEWS 

The  following  publications  are  in  the  process  of  being  printed.  Advance  sales 
orders  may  be  placed  for  these  publications.  Orders  will  be  scheduled  and 
copies  mailed  as  soon  as  stocks  are  received.  It  is  not  possible  to  estimate  the 
lapse  of  time  before  the  publications  will  actually  appear.  All  information  in 
regard  to  title,  series,  classification,  distribution,  and  price  given  in  these  list- 
ings, is  preliminary  and  subject  to  change  when  the  publications  actually  come 
from  the  press.  Those  so  marked  will  be  sent  to  depository  libraries,  provid- 
ing, that  at  the  time  of  going  to  press,  the  libraries  were  on  list  to  receive  the 
items  under  which  these  publications  will  be  distributed. 

Annual  report,  Administrator  of  Veterans  Affairs,  fiscal  year  1%0.    [Also  issued 
as  H.  doc.  8,  S7th  Cong.,  1st  sess.]     $1.25     •  VA  1.1 :  960 

77th  annual  report  of  Civil  Service  Commission  for  fiscal  year  1960.    [Also  issued 
as  H.  doc.  13,  S7th  Cong.,  1st  sess.]     35c.     •  CS  1.1 :  960 

13th  annual  report  of  Federal  Mediation  and  Conciliation  Service  for  fiscal  year 
1%0.    25c.     •  FM  1.1: 960 

1960  annual  report  of  Governor  of  Virgin  Islands  to  Secretary  of  Interior.    25c. 

•  I  35.13/1 :  960 

74th  annual  report  of  Interstate  Commerce  Commission  for  fiscal  year  1960. 
[Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  12,  87th  Cong.,  1st  sess.]     $1.75.     •  IC  1.1 :  960 

44th  annual  report  of  Tariflf  Commission  for  fiscal  year  1960.    30c.     • 

TC  1.1 :  960 

Archives  of  recorded  poetry  and  literature.     (Library  of  Congress).     70c.     • 

LC  29.2 :  P75 

Arthritis  and  rheumatism.     (Public  Health  Service,  Publication  29,  Health  in- 
formation series  9,  revised. )     $3.00  per  100,  single  copy  5c.     •         FS  2.50  :  9/6 

Aztec  Ruins  National  Monument,  New  Mexico.     [Revised,  1961.]      (National 
Park  Service.)     5c.     •  1 29.21 :  Az  7/3/961 

Basic  electricity,  1960.    (Naval  Personnel  Bureau,  Navy  training  courses. )    $3.50. 

•  D  208.11 :  El  2/3/960 

Combining  abilities  in  crosses  among  six  inbred  lines  of  swine.     (Agriculture 
Department,  Technical  bulletin  1237.)     15c.     •  A  1.36 :  1237 

Federal  benefits  for  veterans  and  dependents.     (Veterans  Administration,  VA 
fact  sheet  IS-1,  Jan.  1961.)     15c.  VA  1.34:  IS-1/4 

Federal  research  and  development  budget,  fiscal  years  1959,  1960,  and  1961, 
(National  Science  Foundation,  Federal  fimds  for  science  9.)     50c.     • 

NS1.18:9 

Flexible  polyethylene  plastic  pipe.     (Business  and  Defense  Services  Adminis- 
tration, Commercial  standard  CS  197-60.)     15c.     •  C  41.25  :  197-60 

Grand  Teton  National  Park,  Wyoming.     [Revised  1961.]      (National  Park  Serv- 
ice.)    15c.     •  I  29.6  :  G  76/20/961 

Health  and  insurance  plans.     (Labor  Statistics  Bureau,  Bulletin  1280.)      [Also 
issued  as  H.  doc.  422,  86th  Cong.,  2d  sess.]     30c.     •  L  2.3: 1280 

Highway  progress,  1960,  annual  report  of  Public  Roads  Bureau,  fiscal  year  1960. 
35c.     •  C  37.1 :  960 

Land  problem  in  the  Americas.     (State  Department,  Publication  7112,  Inter- 
American  series  62.)     10c.     •  81.26:62 

Map  reading,  1960.     (Army  Department,  Field  manual  21-26,  revised.)     $1.00. 

•  D  101.20:  21-26/2 

nx 


IV  Government  Publications 

Muscadine  grapes,  fruit  for  the  South.     (Agriculture  Department,  Farmers' 
bulletin  2157.)     10c.     •  A  1.9: 2157 

Office  of  Civil  and  Defense  Mobilization  annual  report,  fiscal  year  1960.    30c.     • 

Pr  34.701 :  960 

Open  hay  storage  building,  farm  building  plan  5879.     (Agriculture  Department, 
Miscellaneous  publication  834.)     5c.     •  A  1.38 :  834 

People  are  asking  about  social  security  disability  provisions,  how  disabled  must 

you  be.     (Old-Age  and  Survivors  Insurance  Bureau,  OASl-29d,  revised.)     $2.50 

per  100,  single  copy  5c.     •  FS  3.35 :  29d/4 

Planting  black  walnut  for  timber.  (Agriculture  Department,  Leaflet  487.)  5c.  • 

A  1.35 :  487 

Pocket  guide  to  Japan.     (Defense  Department,  DOD  PampMet  2-12a,  1960.) 
50c.     •  D  2.8 :  J  27/960 

Releasing  conifers  in  the  Lake  States  with  chemicals.     (Agriculture  Depart- 
ment, Agriculture  handbook  185.)       15c.       • 

Role  of  public  in  foreign  relations.     (State  Department,  Publication  7113,  Gen- 
eral foreign  policy  series  160.)     15e.     •  81.71:160 

Safe  use  and  storage  of  flammable  liquids  and  gases  on  farm.     (Agriculture 
Department,  Farmers' bulletin  2156.)     10c.     •  A  1.9:  2156 

Selling  American  goods  abroad,  48th  annual  report  of  Secretary  of  Commerce 
for  fiscal  year  1960.    $1.25.     •  C  1.1 :  960 

Sindhi- Jersey  and  Sindhi-Holstein  crosses,  their  external  form.     (Agriculture 
Department,  Technical  bulletin  1236.)     15c.     •  A  1.36: 1236 

Social  implications  of  Act  of  Bogota.     (State  Department,  Publication  7120, 
Inter-American  series  63.)     10c.     •  S  1.26: 63 

Sounds  of  the  twentieth  century.     (Aviation  Medicine  Bureau.)     15c.     • 

FAA  7.2 :  So8 

State  labor  relations  acts.     (Labor  Standard  Bureau,  Bulletin  224.)     20c.     • 

L  16.3 :  224 

Statistics  of  electric  utilities  in  United  States,  1959,  publicly  owned.     (Federal 
Power  Commission,  S-146.)     65c.     •  FP  1.21 :  146 

Survey  of  university  business  and  economics  research  projects,  1957-61.    ( Small 
Business  Administration.)     $3.50.     •  SBA  1.2 :  R  31/957-61 

Tourist  facilities  on  Inter- American  highway.     (International  Cooperation  Ad- 
ministration.)    50c.     •  S17.2:T64 

United  States  Department  of  Labor  annual  report  for  fiscal  year  1960.    $1.00.    • 

L  1.1 :  960 

United  States  inspected  meat  packing  plants,  guide  to  construction.     (Agricul- 
ture Department,  Agriculture  handbook  191.)     $1.00.     •  A  1.76: 191 

Washington  Monument,  Washington,  D.C.     [Revised,  1961.]     (National  Park 
Service.)     5c.     •  1 29.21 :  W  27/961 

World  survey  of  civil  aviation,  Africa.     (Business  and  Defense  Services  Admin- 
istration.)    25c.     •  C41.96.  AfS 


Contents 


Paee 

Previews iii 

Abbreviations,  Explanation vi 

General  Information vii 

How  To  Order  Publications viii 

New  Classification  Numbers ix 

Discontinued  Series x 

Corrections  for  Previous  Monthly 

Catalogs XII 

Classified  List  of  Government  Authors,  xiii 

Monthly  Catalog 1 

Appendix 73 

Index 151 


Abbreviations 


amdt.,  amdts amendment,     amend- 

ments. 

app appendix,  appendixes. 

chap chapter,  chapters. 

Cong Congress. 

Dept Department. 

doc document. 

DPPO  Prnc District     Printing     and 

Publications  Office, 
Potomac  River  Naval 
Command. 

S° octavo. 

f° folio. 

facsim facsimile,  facsimiles. 

4° quarto. 

G.  H.  A Greenwich  hour  angle. 

H House. 

H.  Con.  Res House  concurrent  reso- 
lution. 

H.  doc House  document. 

H.  ex.  doc House  executive  docu- 
ment. 

H.  J.  Res House  joint  resolution. 

H.  R House  bill. 

H.  Res House  resolution. 

H.  rp House  report. 

il illustration,  illustra- 
tions. 

in inch,  inches. 

lat latitude. 

long longitude. 

m mile. 

MRC Mississippi  River  Com- 
mission. 

n.  d no  date. 

n.  p no  place. 


no.,  nos number,  numbers. 

p page,  pages. 

p.  of  pi pages  of  plates. 

par.,  pars paragraph,  paragraphs. 

pi plate,  plates. 

por portrait,  portraits. 

pt.,  pts part,  parts. 

rp report. 

RPC Recruiting         Publicity 

Center. 

S Senate,  Senate  bill. 

S.  Con.  Res Senate  concurrent  reso- 
lution. 

S.  doc Senate  document. 

S.  ex.  doc Senate  executive  docu- 
ment. 

S.  .T.  Res Senate  joint  resolution. 

S.  Res Senate  resolution. 

S.  rp Senate  report. 

sec section,  sections. 

sess session,  sessions. 

16° sixteenmo. 

Stat.  L Statutes  at  large. 

supp supplement. 

tab table,  tables. 

32° thirty-twomo. 

Treas Treasury. 

12° twelvemo. 

24° twenty-fourmo. 

v volume,  volumes. 

vs.,  V versus. 

WPAFB Wright-Patterson     A  i  r 

Force  Base. 

WRPC Weather  Record  Proc- 
essing Center. 


Common  abbreviations  for  the  names  of  States,  months,  etc,  are  also  used. 


Explanation 


The  individual  issuing  department,  bureau,  office,  or  agency  is  considered  the 
publisher  of  Government  publications. 

Words  and  figures  enclosed  in  brackets  [  ]  are  given  for  information,  but  do 
not  appear  on  the  title  pages  of  the  publications  cataloged.  Place  and  printer  are 
not  given  for  publications  printed  at  the  United  States  Government  Printing 
Office,  Washington,  D.C.  Size  is  not  given  for  octavo  publications.  Size  of  maps 
is  approximate,  measurement  being  made  from  outer  edge  of  border,  excluding 
margin.  The  dates  given  with  Senate  and  House  documents  and  reports  are  the 
dates  on  which  they  were  ordered  to  be  printed.  Usually  the  printing  promptly 
follows  the  ordering,  but  various  causes  sometimes  make  delays. 

The  word  "processed"  as  used  in  this  catalog  indicates  publications  which  are 
reproduced  by  duplicating  processes  other  than  ordinary  printing,  e.g.,  mimeo- 
graph, multigraph,  planograph,  rotaprint,  multilith.  Processed  publications  are 
not  obtainable  from  the  Superintendent  of  Documents.  Requests  for  them,  if  they 
are  available,  should  be  addressed  to  the  issuing  office  or  to  the  Office  of  Technical 
Services,  as  indicated  by  the  distribution  symbol. 

Under  provisions  of  the  Printing  Act  of  January  12,  1895,  all  Government  publi- 
cations are  entered  in  the  Monthly  Catalog.  However,  administrative  and  confi- 
dential (or  restricted)  publications  are  omitted. 

The  L.C.  card  number  appended  to  some  of  the  entries  is  for  those  libraries 
ordering  printed  cards  from  the  Library  of  Congress.  The  number  at  the  extreme 
right  of  an  entry  indicates  the  classification  of  the  publication  in  the  Office  of  the 
Superintendent  of  Documents. 


General  Information 

The  Superintendent  of  Documents,  Government  Printing  OflBice,  Washington, 
D.O.,  is  authorized  by  law  to  sell  copies  of  Government  publications  and  to  allow 
a  discount  of  25  percent  to  book  dealers  and  also  to  quantity  purchasers  of  100 
or  more  copies  of  a  single  publication  on  condition  that  they  will  adhere  to  the 
public  sales  price  set  by  the  Superintendent  of  Documents  and  that  publications 
shall  not  be  overprinted  with  any  advertising  matter. 

Publications  cannot  be  supplied  free  to  individuals  nor  forwarded  in  advance 
of  payment. 

PRICE  LIST 

There  is  no  general  price  list  of  public  documents,  but  numerous  lists  have 
been  prepared  on  special  subjects  and  any  of  these  will  be  furnished  free,  on 
application,  by  subject  or  subjects  concerning  which  information  is  desired.  It 
will  also  be  noted  that  current  publications  which  are  for  sale  are  listed  in  this 
catalog. 

LIST  OF  SELECTED  PUBLICATIONS 

In  addition  to  the  price  lists,  the  Documents  Office  issues  a  biweekly  list  of 
Selected  United  States  Government  publications  for  sale  by  the  Superintendent 
of  Documents.  Each  list  is  arranged  alphabetically  by  subjects,  with  annota- 
tions and  prices,  and  may  be  obtained  free  upon  application  to  the  Superintendent 
of  Documents. 

CONGKESSIONAL   BILLS,    DOCUMENTS,    AND   REPORTS 

More  than  12,000  different  bills  are  usually  introduced  during  a  Congress,  and 
there  are  additional  prints  on  many  during  the  progress  of  the  legislation.  With 
the  exception  of  a  very  few — such  as  revenue  bills — the  demand  is  an  unknown 
quantity  and  on  most  of  them  we  receive  no  orders,  which  makes  it  impossible  to 
print  a  sales  supply.  It  may  be  that  a  copy  could  be  obtained  from  your 
Congressman. 

A  difficult  problem  is  also  presented  in  providing  a  supply  of  congressional 
documents,  hearings,  and  reports  because  there  are  approximately  6,000  of  this 
class  of  publications  issued  during  a  Congress  and  only  a  few  of  them  are  called 
for.  We  will  attempt  to  print  for  sale  a  few  of  the  more  important  ones,  but  if 
not  priced  the  only  possible  source  would  be  from  your  Congressman. 

VII 


HOW  TO  ORDER  PUBLICATIONS 

Publications  entered  in  this  catalog  that  are  for  sale  by  the  Superintendent  of 
Documents  are  indicated  by  an  asterisk  (*)  preceding  the  price.  Those  for  sale 
by  the  Ofllce  of  Technical  Services,  Commerce  Department,  are  indicated  by  a  farad 
(<!')  preceding  the  price.  A  black  dot  (•)  indicates  that  the  publication  has  been 
or  will  be  sent  to  depository  libraries.  A  dagger  (t)  indicates  that  application 
should  be  made  to  the  department,  bureau,  or  agency  issuing  the  document.  A 
double  dagger  ($)  indicates  that  the  document  is  printed  for  official  use  and  is 
not  obtainable.  Whenever  additional  information  concerning  the  method  of 
procuring  a  document  seems  necessary,  it  will  be  found  under  the  name  of  the 
bureau  by  which  it  was  published. 

In  ordering  a  publication  from  the  Superintendent  of  Documents,  give  (if 
known)  the  name  of  the  publishing  department,  bureau,  or  agency,  and  the  title, 
together  with  the  classification  number  which  is  added  to  the  entry  at  the  extreme 
right ;  order  the  congressional  documents  and  reports  by  the  title,  together  with 
the  document  or  report  number  and  the  Congress,  e.g.,  H.  doc.  108,  S2d  Congress. 

Do  not  use  the  L.C.  card  number  in  ordering  a  publication  from  the  Superin- 
tendent of  Documents. 

HOW  TO  REMIT 

Remittances  for  documents  marked  with  an  asterisk  (*)  should  be  made  to  the 
Superintendent  of  Documents,  U.S.  Government  Printing  Office,  Washington  2a. 
D.C.,  by  coupon,  postal  money  order,  express  order,  or  check.  Publications  can- 
not be  mailed  in  advance  of  receipt  of  remittance.  Currency  may  be  sent  at 
sender's  risk.  Foreign  remittances  should  be  made  either  by  international  money 
order  or  draft  on  an  American  bank. 

Foreign  money,  defaced  or  smooth  coins,  tvill  not  he  accepted.  Do  not  soid 
postage  stamps. 

For  the  convenience  of  the  general  public,  coupons  in  the  denomination  of  5c 
that  are  good  until  used  in  exchange  for  Government  publications  sold  by  the 
Superintendent  of  Documents,  may  be  purchased  from  this  office.  Address  order 
to  Superintendent  of  Documents,  Government  Printing  Office,  Washington  25,  D.C. 

Persons  who  make  frequent  purchases  from  the  Superintendent  of  Documents 
may  find  a  deposit  account  convenient.  Deposits  of  $25.00  or  more  are  accepted 
against  which  orders  may  be  placed  without  making  individual  remittances  or 
first  obtaining  quotations.  Order  blanks  are  furnished  for  this  purpose.  After 
the  handling  of  the  order  has  been  completed,  it  will  be  returned  showing  the 
publications  supplied,  explanations  regarding  those  not  sent,  the  amount  of 
charge,  and  the  balance  on  deposit. 

No  charge  is  made  for  postage  on  documents  forwarded  to  points  in  United 
States  and  possessions,  or  to  Canada,  Cuba,  Mexico,  and  certain  Central  and 
South  American  countries.  To  other  countries  the  regular  rate  of  postage  is 
charged,  and  remittances  must  cover  such  postage.  In  computing  foreign  post- 
age, add  one-fourth  of  the  price  of  the  publication, 

LIBRAKY  CLASSIFICATION  IN  DOCUMENTS  OFFICE 

The  classification  given  at  the  right  of  entries  for  departmental  publications  is 
that  used  in  the  Library  of  the  Division  of  Public  Documents.  It  is  also  used  as 
a  catalog  number  for  sales  stock  of  this  office.  The  shilling  mark  (/)  separates 
what  would  ordinarily  be  superior  or  inferior  numbers  or  letters,  as  it  is  not 
practicable  to  print  these  numbei's  or  letters  as  superiors  or  inferiors  in  the 
Monthly  Catalog. 


New  Classification  Numbers 


Agricultural  Research  Service. 

A  77.212/7 :  date Summary  of  brucellosis  eradication  activities 

in  cooperation  with  various  States  under  cull 
and  dry  cow  testing  program   (monthly), 

A  77.212/8 :  date Summary  of  brucellosis  eradication  activities 

in  cooperation  with  the  various  States  under 
the  market  cattle  testing  program. 
Agricultural  Marketing  Service. 
A  88.10/5-2 :  date Annual  pecan  summary,  Louisiana  Crop  Re- 
porting Service. 
A  88.12/28 :  date Fresh  Products   Standardization  and   Inspec- 
tion Branch,  annual  progress  report. 

A  88.14/11 :  nos Federal  milk  order  market  statistics,  summary 

(monthly). 
Note. — Designated  FMOS-nos. 
Census  Bureau. 

C  3.215/6  :nos Construction  reports:  Building  permits:  C42- 

series.    New  residential  construction  author- 
ized in  permit  issuing  places,  C42-( series). 

C  3.223/4  :  date/letters-nos Census  of  population :  Advance  reports. 

Note. — Includes : 
PC(Al)-nos.     Final  population  counts. 
PC  ( A2 )  -nos.     General  population  characteristics. 
PC(A3)-no8.     General  social  and  economic  charac- 
teristics. 

C  8.224 :  date/letters-nos Census  of  housing :  Advance  reports. 

Note. — Includes  Housing  characteristics,  States, 
HC  (A  1)  (series). 
Civil  Service  Commission. 

CS  1.68 :  nos Civil  Service  recruiter. 

Note. — Published  periodically  between   Septem- 
ber and  June. 
Ordnance  Corps  (Army). 

D  105.18/2  :  nos Ordnance  Tank-Automotive  Command,  Detroit 

Arsenal,  Land  Locomotion  Laboratory :  Re- 
ports. 
Command  and  General  Staff  College,  Fort  Leav- 
enworth (Army). 

D  110.7/a  :  CT Military  review  (separates). 

Ships  Bureau  (Navy). 

D  211.13/2 :  nos U.S.  Naval  Radiological  Defense  Laboratory : 

Research  and  development  technical  report, 
USNRDL-TR  (series). 
Air  Force  Department. 
D  301.36/10 :  CT Bibliographies  and  lists  of  publications.  Oper- 
ational Applications  Office. 
Federal  Aviation  Agency. 

FAA  1.7/4 :  date News  features  from  Federal  Aviation  Agency. 

Federal  Home  Loan  Bank  Board. 

FHL  1.22 :  date Conventional  loans  made  to  finance  acquisition 

and  development  of  land.   Federal  savings 
and  loan  associations  (quarterly). 
Vocational  Rehabilitation  Office. 

FS  13.216/a  :  CT Rehabilitation  record  (separates) . 

General  Accounting  OflBce. 
GA  1.12 :  nos Progress  under  joint  porgram  to  improve  ac- 
counting in  Federal  Government   (annual). 

GA1.13:CT Reports  to  Congress  on  audits,  reviews,  and 

examinations. 
Urban  Renewal  Administration. 

HH  7.8/3 :  date Urban    planning    assistance   program    project 

directory. 


X  Government  Publications 

Interior  Department. 

1 1.82/3  :  date Press  releases,  OflSce  of  Saline  Water. 

Mines  Bureau. 

I  28.53/3  :  nos Iron  and  steel  report  (monthly). 

Immigration  and  Naturalization  Service. 

J  21.13/2 :  date Report   of   passenger   travel    between    United 

States  and  foreign  countries   (monthly). 
Labor  Statistics  Bureau. 

L  2.78/2 :  date Index  of  straight-time  average  hourly  earnings 

for  hydraulic  turbine  operations. 
National  Aeronautics  and  Space  Administration. 
NAS  1.1/2  :  date Major  activities  in  programs  of  National  Aero- 
nautics  and    Space   Administration    (semi- 
annual). 
National  Science  Foundation. 

NS1.22:  CT Surveys  of  science  resources  series. 

Executive  OflSce  of  the  President. 

PrEx  1.2 :  CT General  publications. 

Note. — See,  for  earlier  class,  Pr  34.2  :(CT). 
Budget  Bureau. 

PrEx  2.1 :  date Annual  reports. 

NoTE.^See,  for  earlier  class,  Pr  34.101 : (date). 

PrEx  2.2 :  CT General  publications. 

Note. — See,  for  earlier  class,  Pr  34.102  :(CT). 

PrEx  2.3  :  nos Bulletins. 

Note. — See,  for  earlier  class,  Pr  34.103  :  (nos.). 

PrEx  2.4  :  nos Circulars. 

Note. — See,  for  earlier  class,  Pr  34.104  : (nos.). 
PrEx  2.5  :-7  :  Reserved 

PrEx  2.8  :  date Budget  of  United  States  Government. 

Note. — See,  for  earlier  class,  Pr  34.107  : (date). 
PrEx  2.8/a :  date Budget   of    United    States   Government    (sep- 
arate). Budget  message  of  the  President  and 
summary  budget  statements. 

Note. — See,    for    earlier    class,    Pr    34.107/a : 
(date). 

PrEx  2.8/2 :  date Federal  budget  in  brief. 

Note. — See,    for    earlier    class,     Pr    34.107/2 : 
(date). 

PrEx  2.8/3 :  date Federal  budget,  midyear  review. 

Note." — See,    for    earlier    class,    Pr    34.107/3 : 
(date). 

PrEx  2.8/4  :  date Budget  of  United  States  Government,  District 

of  Columbia. 

Note. — See,    for    earlier    class,    Pr    34.107/5 : 
(date). 

PrEx  2.9 :  v.nos.&nos Public  management  sources  (monthly) . 

Note. — See,  for  earlier  class,  Pr  34.109:  (v.  nos. 
&  nos.). 
Small  Business  Administration. 
SBA  1.20 :  nos Small  business  research  series. 

Discontinued  Series 


C  41.43/2 :  nos. 
C  41.48:  nos— 
C  41.49 :  nos___ 
C  41.49/2 :  nos. 


C  41.51 :  nos- 
C  41.52 :  nos. 


Business  and  Defense  Services  Administration. 
Automatics    and     telemechanics     [abstracts] 

( monthly ) .     ( PB  141096T ) 
Journal  of  acoustics   [abstracts]    (quarterly). 

(PB141039T) 
Radio     engineering     [abstracts]      (monthly). 

(PB141105T) 
Radio  engineering  and  electroncis  [abstracts] 

( monthly ) .     ( PB  141106T ) 
Steel    [abstracts]    (monthly).     (PB  141136T) 
Progress     of     physical     sciences     [abstracts] 

(monthly).     (PB  141049T) 


February  1961  XI 

C  41.52/2  :nos Journal     of     experimental     and     theoretical 

physics         [abstracts]         (monthly).     (PB 
141052T) 

C  41.52/3 :  nos News  of  Academy  of  Sciences  of  USSR,  physics 

series  [abstracts]  (monthly).     (PB 

MlOilT) 

C  41.52/6:  nos Journal     of     technical     physics     [abstracts] 

(monthly).     (PB  141053T) 

C  41.52/7:  nos News  of  Academy  of  Sciences  of  USSR,  geo- 
physics series  [abstracts]  (monthly).  (PB 
141042T) 

C  41.53:  nos Journal     of    general     chemistry     [abstracts) 

(monthly).     (PB  141075T) 

C  41.53/2:  nos News  of  Academy  of  Sciences  of  USSR,  De- 
partment of  Chemical  Sciences  [abstracts] 
( monthly ) ,     ( PB  141055T ) 

C 41.53/3:  nos Progress  of  chemistry  [abstracts]    (monthly). 

(PB141070T) 

C  41.53/4 :  nos Journal    of    inorganic    chemistry    [abstracts] 

( monthly ) .     ( PB  141074T ) 

C  41.53/6 :  nos Journal   of   analytical   chemistry    [abstracts] 

( bimonthly ) .     ( PB  141071T ) 

C  41.53/9:  nos Scientific  reports  of  higher  schools,  chemistry 

and  chemical  technology  [abstracts]    (quar- 
terly).    (PB141066T) 

C 41.54/3:  nos Aletallurgist      [abstracts]       (monthly).     (PB 

141132T) 

C  41.55 :  nos Chemistry   and  technology   of  fuels   and   oils 

[abstracts]    (monthly).     (PB  141060T) 

C  41.56/2 :  nos News  of  institutes  of  higher  learning,  aero- 
nautical engineering  [abstracts]  (quarterly). 
(PB141401T) 

C  41.60 :  nos Heat  power  engineering  [abstracts]  (monthly). 

(PB141089T) 

C  41.61 :  nos Applied  mathematics  and  mechanics  [ab- 
stracts ]  ( bimonthly ) .     ( PB  141034T ) 

C  41,61/3 :  nos Journal  of  abstracts,  mathematics  [abstracts] 

( monthly ) .      ( PB  141038T ) 

C  41.61/5 :  nos News  of  Academy  of  Sciences  of  USSR,  mathe- 
matics series  [abstracts]  (bimonthly).  (PB 
141031T) 

C 41.65/2:  nos Machine  tools  and  tools  [abstracts]  (monthly). 

(PB141121T) 

C  41.70:  nos Raw     and     vulcanized     rubber      [abstracts] 

(monthly).     (PB  141057) 

C  41.71/2 :  nos Concrete  and  reinforced  concrete   [abstracts] 

(monthly).     (PB  141090T) 

C 41.74:  nos Atomic    energy    [abstracts]     (monthly).     (PB 

141082T) 

C  41.75:  nos Measurement  techniques  [abstracts]  (bi- 
monthly ) .     ( PB  141112T ) 

C 41.76:  nos Refractories     [abstracts]      (monthly).       (PB 

141134T) 

C  41.77  :  nos Instruments  and  experimental  techniques  [ab- 
stracts] (bimonthly).     (PB  141120T) 

C 41.79:  nos Crystallography       [abstracts]        (bimonthly). 

(PB141065T) 

C 41.80:  nos Oxygen         [abstracts]  (bimonthly).     (PB 

141062T) 

C 41.82:  nos Bulletin  on  inventions  [abstracts]    (monthly). 

(PB141014T) 
Employment  Security  Bureau. 

L  7.55/2:  date Farm  labor  market  developments,  Employment 

and  wage  supplement. 

Note. — Combined   with   Farm   labor  market  de- 
velopments, L  7.55  : (date),  in  June  1960. 


XII  Government  Publications 

Central  Intelligence  Agency. 

Pr 34.609 :nos Scientific  information  report  (semimonthly). 

Note. — Discontinued   with   no.    60   of  Dec.    23, 
1960, 

Corrections  for  Previous  Monthly  Catalogs 

Mar.  1954.  Entry  4449,  Demineralization  of  saline  waters.  Correct  class  to 
read  1 1.2 :  Sa3/3. 

June  1960.  Entry  8362,  FHA  notes  on  nursing-home  mortgage  insurance.  Cor- 
rect class  to  read  HH  2.2 :  N  93/960. 


Classified  List  of  Government  Authors 

Beginning 
entry 

Administrative  Office  of  United  States  Courts 1588,  2767 

Agriculture   Department 1621,  2876 

Agricultural  Conservation  Program  Service 1589 

Agricultural  Marketing  Service 1592,  2768 

Agricultural  Research  Service 1606,  2858 

Commodity  Credit  Corporation 3041 

Commodity  Exchange  Authority 3044 

Commodity  Stabilization  Service 3055 

Farmer  Cooperative  Service 1952,  3128 

Federal  Extension  Service 1966,  3161 

Foreign  Agricultural  Service 2012,  3269 

Forest    Service 2036,  3278 

Information  Office 2064,  3316 

Library 1653,2879 

Rural  Electrification  Administration 2696,  3556 

Soil  Conservation  Service 2711,  3586 

Atomic  Energy  Commission 1692,  2914 

Blind-Made  Products,  Committee  on  Purchases  of 1730 

Canal  Zone  Government 2955 

Central  Intelligence  Agency 2995 

Civil  Aeronautics  Board 1828,  2998 

Civil  Rights  Commission 1832 

Civil  Service  Commission 1833,  3012 

Civil  War  Centennial  Commission 3023 

Commerce  Department 1850,  3037 

Business  and  Defense  Services  Administration 1735,  2923 

Business  Economics  Office 2951 

Census  Bureau 1774,  2956 

Coast  and  Geodetic  Survey 1844,  3024 

Federal  Maritime  Board 1971,  3173 

Foreign  Commerce  Bureau 2018,  3275 

International  Trade  Fairs  Office 3330 

Maritime  Administration 2476 

National  Bureau  of  Standards 2597,  3487 

National  Inventors  Council 2603 

Patent  Office 2641,  3518 

Public  Roads  Bureau 2685,  3544 

Weather   Bureau 2743,  3639 

Congress 1853,  3063 

Atomic  Energy  Joint  Committee 1854 

Defense  Production  Joint  Committee 1855 

Economic  Joint  Committee 1856,  3065 

XIII 


XIV  Government  Publications 

Beginning 
Congress — Continued  entry 

House  of  Representatives 1860,  3066 

Armed  Services  Committee 1881 

Government  Operations  Committee 1884 

House  Administration  Committee 1886 

Interstate  and  Foreign  Commerce  Committee 1887 

Merchant  Marine  and  Fislieries  Committee 1888 

Un-American  Activities  Committee 1889 

Reduction  of  Nonessential  Federal  Expenditures  Joint  Committee 3084 

Senate 1890,3086 

Aeronautical  and  Space  Sciences  Committee 1895 

Armed  Services  Committee 1896 

Government  Operations  Committee 1897 

Interior  and  Insular  Affairs  Committee 1898 

Interstate  and  Foreign  Commerce  Committee 1900 

Judiciary  Committee 1907 

Small  Business,  Select  Committee  on 1919 

Court  of  Claims 3103 

Customs  Court 1922 

Defense  Department 1923, 3105 

Air  Force  Department 1654,  2880 

Air  Force  Medical  Service 2904 

Armed  Forces  Information  and  Education  Office 1682 

Army  Department 1683,  2907 

Adjutant  General's  Office 1587,  2765 

Chemical   Corps 2996 

Command  and  General  Staff  College 1849,3035 

Engineers  Corps 1944,  3127 

Ordnance  Corps 2631 

Navy   Department 3516 

Industrial  Relations  Office 3315 

Judge  Advocate  General 3363 

Marine   Corps 3421 

Medicine  and  Surgery  Bureau 3422 

Naval  Operations  Office 

Hydrographic   Office 2063,3302 

Naval  Personnel  Bureau 2617,  3506 

Naval  Research  Office 2619,  3510 

Naval  Weapons  Bureau 3513 

Ships  Bureau 2700,  3580 

Supplies  and  Accounts  Bureau 2721,  3607 

Yards  and  Docks  Bureau 2764,  3654 

Executive  Office  of  the  President 

Budget    Bureau 1731 

Farm  Credit  Administration 1951 

Federal  Aviation  Agency 1954,  3131 

Air  Traffic  Management  Bureau 1679,  2905 

Aviation  Medicine  Bureau 1729 

Flight  Standards  Bureau 3264 

Research  and  Development  Bureau 2693 

Federal  Communications  Commission 1961,  3145 

Federal  Council  on  Aging 1963 

Federal  Deposit  Insurance  Corporation 3159 

Federal  Home  Loan  Bank  Board 1967,  3162 


FiEBRUARY    1961  XV 

Beginning 

entry 

Federal  Power  Commission 1973,  3176 

Federal  Reserve  System  Board  of  Governors 1979,  3184 

Federal  Trade  Commission 3226 

General  Accounting  Office 2045,3281 

General  Services  Administration 3284 

Federal  Supply  Service 1981,  3224 

National  Archives  and  Records  Service 2595 

Federal  Register  Office 1978,3183 

Government  Printing  Office 

Public  Documents  Division 2656,3536 

Health,  Education,  and  Welfare  Department 2061,  3295 

Education  Office 1928,  3114 

Food  and  Drug  Administration 3266 

Public  Health  Service 2661,  3538 

National  Institutes  of  Health 2602,  3494 

National  Library  of  Medicine 3498 

National  Office  of  Vital  Statistics 2611,  3500 

Social  Security  Administration 2709,  3583 

Children's  Bureau 2997 

Old-Age  and  Survivors  Insurance  Bureau 2625 

Public  Assistance  Bureau 3535 

Vocational  Rehabilitation  Office 2740,  3636 

Housing  and  Home  Finance  Agency 3298 

Community  Facilities  Administration 3061 

Federal  Housing  Administration 1968 

Federal  National  Mortgage  Association 3175 

Urban  Renewal  Administration 2730,  3629 

Interior  Department 2065,  3317 

Fish  and  Wildlife  Service 1995,  3233 

Geological   Survey 2050,  3287 

Indian  Affairs  Bureau 3311 

Land  Management  Bureau 2473,  3399 

Library 3321 

Minerals  Exploration  Office 3425 

Mines  Bureau 2477,  3426 

National  Park  Service 2612,  3502 

Reclamation  Bureau 3549 

Territories  Office 3617 

Interstate  Commerce  Commission 2070,  3332 

Joint  Publications  Research  Service 2080 

Justice   Department 2456 

Federal  Bureau  of  Investigation 3144 

Immigration  and  Naturalization  Service 3307 

Prisons   Bureau 3530 

Labor   Department 2458,  3364 

Apprenticeship  and  Training  Bureau 1681 

Employment  Security  Bureau 1941,  3116 

Labor-Management  Reports  Bureau 3367 

Labor  Standards  Bureau 2460,  3368 

Labor  Statistics  Bureau 2462,3373 

Wage  and  Hour  and  Public  Contracts  Divisions 3638 

Women's  Bureau__ - —    2760 


XVI  Government  Publications 

Beginning 
entry 

Library  of  Congress 2474,  3402 

Legislative  Reference  Service 3401 

Missouri  Basin  Inter-Agency  Committee 2521 

National  Aeronautics  and  Space  Administration 2524,  3485 

National  Labor  Relations  Board 2604,  3495 

National  Science  Foundation 2615,  3504 

Science  Information  Service  OflSce 2098A 

Post  Office  Department 2643,3521 

President  of  United  States 2652,  3529 

Budget   Bureau 2922 

Civil  and  Defense  Mobilization  Office 1830,3007 

Railroad  Retirement  Board 3547 

Renegotiation  Board 2692 

Rural  Development  Program  Committee 3555 

Securities  and  Exchange  Commission 2699,  3562 

Selective  Service  System 8578 

Small  Business  Administration 2,702,  3581 

Smithsonian    Institution 2706 

National   Museum 2608 

State  Department 2713, 3593 

International  Cooperation  Administration 2069,3323 

Supreme  Court 3608 

Tariff  Commission 2722,  3610 

Tax  Court 3613 

Tennessee  Valley  Authority 2725,  3614A 

Treasury  Department 3619 

Coast  Guard 1845, 3031 

Comptroller  of  Currency 1852,  3062 

Customs   Bureau 1920,  3104 

Fiscal  Service 3232 

Internal  Revenue  Service 2066,  3322 

Narcotics  Bureau 2523 

Treasurer  of  United  States 3618 

United  States  Information  Agency 3624 

Veterans  Administration 2736 

White  House  Conference  on  Aging 2755 

White  House  Conference  on  Children  and  Youth 2758 


I 


Monthly  Catalog 

NO.  793  •  FEBRUARY  1961 

ADJUTANT  GENERAL'S  OFFICE  (Army),  Defense  Dept. 

PRE  technical  research  notes.     (Personnel  Research  Branch,  Research 
and  Development  Division.)     [Processed.]     *  Price  upon  application. 

D  102.27  :(nos.) 

1587  107.  Validation  of  common  core  pattern  analysis  and  mechanical  knowledge  tests 

for  mechanical  maintenance  courses  [with  list  of  references;  by]  William 
H.  Helme,  James  B.  Trump,  and  David  J.  Fitch.  July  1960.  [6] +17  p. 
+  [2]  leaves,  11.  4°  (Army  project  number  2L95-60-001  ;  new  classifica- 
tion techniques  a-14.)  t 
1687A  109.  Abstracts  of  PRB  research  publications,  FY  1960  :  [by]  Arthur  J.  Drucker 
and  Emma  E.  Brown.  Aug.  1960.  [3]  leaves  +  25  p.  4"  (Army  project 
number,  2L95-60-001.) 

ADMINISTRATIVE  OFFICE  OF  UNITED  STATES  COURTS 

1588  Preliminary  draft  of  proposed  rule  for  review  of  decisions  of  Tax  Court  of 

United  States;  Nov.  1960.  1960.  ii+10  p.  (Committee  on  Rules  of 
Practice  and  Procedure  of  Judicial  Conference  of  United  States.)  t 
•  Special  ofEer  Ju  10.6  :  T  19 

AGRICULTURAL  CONSERVATION  PROGRAM  SERVICE, 
Agriculture  Dept. 

1589  Agricultural  conservation  program,  handbook  for  1961 :  Alabama ;  Dec. 

1960.     [I960.]     [2] +38  p.     ( ACP-1961-Ala. )     f     •  Item  103-A-l 
L.C.  card  56-37555  A  90.8 :  Al  lb/961 

1590    South  Dakota  ;  Dec.  1960.     [I960.]     ii+34  p.  il.    (ACP-1961-S.  Dak.) 

t     •  Item  103-A-39 

L.C.  card  5(>-37555  A  90.8  :  So  8d/961 

1591  Agricultural  conservation  program,  summary  by  States  1959.     [Dec.  I960.] 

cover  title,  68  p.  il.  4°     ( [Program  Analysis  Division.])     [Text  on  p.  2 

of  cover.]     t     •  Item  103-B 

L.C.  card  54-61490  A  90.10/2  :  959 

AGRICULTURAL  MARKETING  SERVICE,  Agriculture  Dept. 

AMS  (series),     t 

1592  419.  List  of  chemical  compounds  and  additives  approved  for  use  under  USDA 

poultry    and    poultry    products    inspection    and   grading   programs.     Nov. 

1960.     23p.  4»      (Poultry  Division.)      #  Item  19-A 

L.C.  card  Agr  61-54  A  88.40  :  419 

1593  Annual  pecan  summary,  1960.     Dec.  23,  1960.     [2]  p.  f     [Processed.     Is- 

sued jointly  by  Agricultural  Marketing  Service  and  Louisiana  Crop 
Reporting  Service,  Louisiana  State  University,  Department  of  Agricul- 
tural Economics.]  t  Office  of  Agricultural  Statistician,  P.O.  Box  1426, 
Alexandria,  La.  A  88.10/5-2 :  960 

1594  Annual  rice  summary,  1960.     Dec.  27, 1960.     [2]  p.  4°     [Processed.     Issued 

jointly  by  Agricultural  Marketing  Service  and  Louisiana  Crop  Report- 
ing Service,  Louisiana  State  University,  Department  of  Agricultural 
Economics.]  t  Office  of  Agricultural  Statistician,  P.O.  Box  1426,  Alex- 
andria, La.  A  88.18/23  :  960 

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1595  Annual  sweetpotato  summary,  1960.     Dec.  23, 1960.     [2]  p.  4°     [Processed. 

Issued  jointly  by  Agricultural  Marketing  Service  and  Louisiana  Crop 
Reporting  Service,  Louisiana  State  University,  Department  of  Agricul- 
tural Economics.]  t  Office  of  Agricultural  Statistician,  P.O.  Box  1426, 
Alexandria,  La.  A  88.12/24  :  960 

1596  Availability  of  selected  fruits  and  juices  in  retail  food  stores,  Aug.  1960 ; 

[by  CliveE.  Johnson].  [Dec.  I960.]  12  p.  il.  4"  (CPFJ-108.)  [Proc- 
essed. Prepared  in  cooperation  with  Florida  Citrus  Commission.]  t 
L.C.  card  59^3198  A    88.12/4  :  108 

1597  Consumer  purchases  of  citrus  and  other  juices,  Oct.  1960;   [by  Clive  E. 

Johnson].  Dec.  1960.  23  p.  il.  4°  (CPFJ-110.)  [Processed.  Pre- 
pared in  cooperation  with  Florida  Citrus  Commission.]     t 

A  88.12/4 :  110 

1598  Fresh  Products  Standardization  and  Inspection  Branch,  annual  progress 

report,  fiscal  year  1960.     [I960.]     31  p.  4°     (Fruit  and  Vegetable  Divi- 
sion.)     [Processed.]     t 
L.C.  card  61-60394  A  88.12/28 :  960 

1599  Honey  report,  Oct.  1960.     Oct.  17,  1960.     [2]  p.  t°     (Louisiana  Crop  Re- 

porting Service.)  [Prepared  in  cooperation  with  Louisiana  State  Uni- 
versity, Department  of  Agricultural  Economics]  t  Office  of  Agricul- 
tural Statistician,  P.O.  Box  1426,  Alexandria,  La.        A  88.19/2-2  :  960-2 

1600  Louisiana  annual  crop  summary,  1960.     Dec.  27,  1960.     [4]  p.  narrow  f° 

[Processed.  Issued  jointly  by  Agricultural  Marketing  Service  and 
Louisiana  Crop  Reporting  Service,  Louisiana  State  University,  Depart- 
ment of  Agricultural  Economics.]  t  Office  of  Agricultural  Statistician, 
P.O.  Box  1426,  Alexandria,  La.  A  88.24/6  :  960 

1601  Louisiana   annual  vegetable   summary   1960.     Dec.   22,   1960.     [2]    p.   t" 

[Processed.  Issued  jointly  by  Agricultural  Marketing  Service  and 
Louisiana  Crop  Board,  Louisiana  State  University,  Department  of  Agri- 
cultural Economics.]  t  Office  of  Agricultural  Statistician,  P.O.  Box 
1426,  Alexandria,  La.  A  88.12/23  :  960 

Service  and  regulatory  announcements. 

1602  127.  Regulations  for  warehousemen  storing  grain,  as  amended,  Issued  by  Secre- 

tary of  Agriculture  under  TTnited  States  warehouse  act  of  Aug.  11,  1916, 
as  amended.  Revised  [edition].  June  1931,  reprinted,  with  amend- 
ments, Nov.  1960.  27  p.  [Title  7,  Code  of  Federal  regulations,  pt.  102, 
change  1.]      t      •  Item  111  A  88.6/3  :  127/3 

1603  Vegetables,  fresh  market,  1960  annual  summary,  acreage,  production  and 

value  of  principal  commercial  crops,  by  seasonal  groups  and  States  with 
comparisons;  Dec.  16,  1960.     [I960.]     57  p.  4°     (Vg  2-2(60)  ;  Crop  Re- 
porting Board. )     t     •  Item  24r-E 
L.C.  card  57-60081  A  88.12/6-2  :  V  52/960 

1604  Vegetables,  processing,  1960,  annual  summary,  acreage,  production  and 

value  of  principal  commercial  crops,  by  States  with  comparisons ;  Dec. 
16,   1960.     [I960.]     18  p.  4°     (Vg  3-2(60)  ;    Crop   Reporting  Board.) 
[Processed.]     f 
L.C.  card  57-62199  A  88.12/6-2  :  V  52/2/960 

1605  Winter  wheat  report,  Dec.  1,  1960.     Dec.  23,  1960.     1  p.  narrow  f°     [Proc- 

essed. Issued  jointly  by  Agricultural  Marketing  Service  and  Louisiana 
Crop  Reporting  Service,  Louisiana  State  University,  Department  of 
Agricultural  Economics.]  t  Office  of  Agricultural  Statistician,  P.O. 
Box  1426,  Alexandria,  La.  A  88.18/24  :  960 

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AGRICULTURAL  RESEARCH  SERVICE,  Agriculture  Dept. 

1606  Agricultural  chemicals,  tolerances  and  consequences,  talk  by  W.  L.  Popham, 

deputy  administrator.  Agricultural  Research  Service,  Department  of 
Agriculture,  before  annual  meeting  of  National  Association  of  State  De- 
partments of  Agriculture,  Denver,  Colo.,  Sept.  7,  1960.  [I960.]  5  p.  4° 
[Processed.]     t  A  77.10 :  P  81/7 

ARS  (series),     t  A77.15:(nos.) 

1607  33-61.  Review  of  laboratory   tests  on  toxicity  of  some  ^^-substituted  p-bromo- 

benzenesulfonamides    to    various    arthropods    [with    list    of    literature 
cited]  ;  by  S.  I.  Gertler.     Sept.  1960.     7  p.  4"     [Processed.] 
L.C.  card  Agr  60-360 

1608  33-63.  Pesticide  residues  in  meat  and  milk,  research  report  [with  list  of  litera- 

ture cited;   by   H.   V.   Claborn,   R.   D.   Radeleff,   and   R.   C.   Bushland]. 
Dec.  1960.      [1]  -t-46  p.  4»      [Processed.] 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-64 

1609  41-37.  Application  of  tritium  tracer  in  soil  and  plant  water  investigations  [with 

list  of  literature  cited;  by  Francis  S.  Nakayama].     Sept.  1960.      [2}  + 
12  p.  4°     [Processed.     Prepared  by  Soil  and  Water  Conservation  Re- 
search Division.] 
L.C.  card  Agr  60-390 

1610  44-2.     Breed  distribution  of  NPIP  participating  flocks  by  States  and  divisions 

1948-49,  1958-59  and  1959-60.  Revised  Oct.  1960.  [i960.]  4  p.  4» 
[Processed.] 

1611  72-26.  Making  high-density,  high-flavored  maple  syrup  ;   [by  C.  O.  Willits,  H.  A. 

Frank,  and  J.  C.  Underwood].     Dec.  1960.     8  p.  il.     [Processed.] 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-78 

1612  73-30.  Potato  flakes  of  increased  density   [with  list  of  literature  cited  ;  by  Rod- 

erick   K.    Eskew,    and    others].     Sept.    1960.     20    p.    11.      [Processed.] 

1613  91—20.  Proceedings,    tuberculosis    eradication    conference   held    at    Kansas    State 

University,  Manhattan,  Kans.,  Aug.  17-21,  1959  [with  lists  of  literature 
cited].      [Dec.  i960.]      cover  title,   [2]  4-157  p.  il.  4"      •  Item  25-B 
L.C.  card  60-60257 

1614  91-24.  Brucella  abortus  strain  19  vaccine,  guide  for  personnel  engaged  In  pro- 

duction and  standardization  of  Brucella  abortus  strain  19  liquid  vac- 
cine;  [prepared  by  Laboratory  Services,  Animal  Disease  Eradication 
Division].    July  1960.    cover  title,  12  p.  4»    [Processed.] 

1615  Decision-maldng  in  research,  talk  by  Byron  T.  Shaw,  administrator,  Agri- 

cultural Research  Service,  Department  of  Agriculture,  before  Alpha 
Zeta  luncheon  meeting,  Washington,  D.C.,  Sept.  15,  1960.  [I960.]  8  p. 
4°     [Processed.]     t  A  77.10 :  Sh  2/81 

1616  Function  and  finances  of  special  districts  in  rural  areas ;  [by]  Clarence  J. 

Hein.  [I960.]  19  p.  4°  [Processed.  Reprint  from  Agricultural  fi- 
nance review,  v.  22,  Sept.  I960.]     t  A  77.14/a  :  D  633 

1617  New  USDA  index  of  inputs,  by  Glen  T.  Barton  and  Donald  D.  Durost,  agri- 

cultural economists,  talk  before  American  Farm  Economics  Association, 
Ames,  Iowa,  Aug.  11-13,  1960.  [I960.]  21  p.  il.  4°  (Farm  Economics 
Research  Division.)     [Processed.]     t  A  77.10  :B  28/2 

1618  Organization  and  structure  of  some  representative  farms  in  1975  [by]  ; 

H.  L.  Stewart,  chief,  Agricultural  Adjustments  Research  Branch,  talk 
prepared  for  delivery  before  meeting  of  American  Farm  Economics 
Association,  Ames,  Iowa,  Aug.  10-13,  1960.     10  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t 

A  77.10 :  St  3/3 

1619  Plant  inventory  162,  plant  material  introduced  Jan.-Dec.  31,  1954;   (nos. 

212043  to  222845)  [received  by  New  Crops  Research  Branch,  Crops  Re- 
search Division].     Dec.  1960.     440  p.     t     •  Item  101         A  77.515: 162 

1620  Speech  by  R.  J.  Anderson,  director.  Animal  Disease  Eradication  Division, 

Agricultural  Research  Service,  USDA,  before  National  Association  of 
State  Departments  of  Agriculture,  Denver,  Colo.,  Sept.  7,  1960.  [I960.] 
11  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t  A  77.223:  An  2 

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1621  [Address  by  Secretary  of  Agriculture  Ezra  Taft  Benson  before  voluntary 

agencies  meeting,  State  Department,  Washington,  D.C.,  Sept.  1,  I960.] 
[I960.]  [l]+10p.  4°  (USD A  2540-60.)  [Processed.  Includes  high- 
lights of  talk.]     t  A  1.40 :  B  44/292 

Agriculture  handbooks.     •  Item  3  A1.76:(nos.) 

1621A      148.  Key  to  Important  woody  plants  of  eastern  Oregon  and  Washington   [with 
list  of  selected  references]  ;  by  Doris  W.  Hayes  and  George  A.  Garrison. 
Dec.  1960.      [2]  +227  p.  11.     *  Cloth,  $2.00. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-77 

1622  192.  Compilation  of  statutes  relating  to  soil  conservation,  marketing  quotas  and 

allotments,  soil  bank.  Commodity  Credit  Corporation,  price  support,  export 
and  surplus  removal,  crop  insurance,  sugar  payments  and  quotas,  market- 
ing agreements  and  orders,  school  lunch,  and  related  statutes,  as  of 
Jan.  1,  1961.  [I960.]  xv+314  p.  (Commodity  Stabilization  Service.) 
[Revision  of  Agriculture  handbook  158,  dated  Jan.  1,  1959.  Errata,  1 
p.  4°,  dated  Jan.  1961,  proceesed,  was  Issued  also.]  *  Paper,  $1.00. 
L.C.  card  Agr  57-35 

1623  Citizenship  in  action,  [by]  True  D.  Morse,  Under  Secretary  of  Agriculture, 

and  president.  Commodity  Credit  Corporation,  notes  used  in  welcoming 
address  before  13th  regional  4-H  club  camp,  "Washington,  D.O.,  Aug.  10, 
1960.     [I960.]     4  p.  4°     (USDA  2316-60.)     [Processed.]     t 

A  1.40 :  M  83/120 

Farmers'  bulletins.     •  Item  9  A  1.9  :  ( nos. ) 

1624  1646.  Asparagus  culture;  [by  Ross  C.  Thompson  and  others].     [Slightly  revised 

Dec.  I960.]      [I960.]      [2]  +22  p.  11.     *  Paper,  15c. 

1625  2099.  Control  of  caterpillars  on   commercial  cabbage  and   other  cole   crops  In 

South,  cabbage,  broccoli,  cauliflower,  collards,  kale;  [by  W.  J.  Reid,  jr., 
and  F.  P.  Cuthbert,  jr.].  [Revised  Dec.  I960.]  [I960.]  24  p.  il. 
*  Paper,  15c. 

1626  2154.  Trout  in  farm  and  ranch  ponds  ;  [by  Adrev  E.  Borell  and  Paul  M.  Scheffer]. 

[Jan.  1961.]      [2] +18  p.  il.      ([Soil  Conservation  Service.])     *  Paper, 

10c. 

L.C.  card  Agr  61-66 

1627  [This  entry  number  not  used.] 

Leaflets.     •  Item  12  A  1.35:  (nos.) 

1628  23.     Sweetclover;  [by  B.  A.  Hollowell],     [Revised  Dec.  I960.]      [I960.]      [2]  + 

10  p.   11.     ([Crops  Research  Division,  Agricultural   Research   Service.]) 

•  Paper,  10c. 

L.C.  card  Agr  61-76 

1629  129.  Production  and  preparation  of  horseradish.      [1937,  slightly  revised  Nov. 

I960.]      [I960.]      [l]+6  p.  II.     ([Crops  Research  Division,  Agricultural 
Research  Service.  ] )      *  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-55 

1630  391.  Southern  corn  rootworm,  how  to  control  It,  what  It  looks  like,  how  It  damages 

corn,  peanuts,  control  by  cultural  methods,  insecticides;  [prepared  by 
Entomology  Research  Division,  Agricultural  Research  Service.]  [Re- 
vised Jan.  1961.]  [1961.]  8  p.  11.  [Supersedes  Farmers'  bulletin  950, 
Southern  corn  rootworm  and  farm  practices  to  control  it,  and  EC-23, 
Control  of  southern  corn  rootworm  on  peanuts.]  *  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-75 

1631  455.  Pickleworm  how  to  control  it  on  cucumber,  squash,  cantaloup,  and  other 

cucurbits;  [by  William  J.  Reid,  jr.,  and  Frank  P.  Cuthbert,  jr.].  [Re- 
vised Jan.  1961.]  [1961.]  8  p.  il.  narrow  So  ([Entomology  Research 
Division,  Agricultural  Research  Service.]  )      *  Paper,  5c. 

1632  482.  Growing  crimson   clover.     [Jan.   1961.]     8  p.   11.     [Information  furnished 

by  Crops  Research  Division,  Agricultural  Research  Service.  Supersedes 
Leaflet  160,  Crimson  clover.]     •  Paper,  5c. 

Marketing  research  reports,     •  Item  13-B  A  1.82: (nos.) 

1633  442.  Impact  of  St.  Lawrence  Seaway  on  location  of  grain  export  facilities ;   [by 

Nicholas  H.  Thuroczy.]      [Dec.  I960.]      26  p.  il.  4°      (Agricultural  Mar- 
keting Service,  Marketing  Economics  Research  Division.)      + 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-74 

1634  444.  Marketing    margins   for  medium-grain    rice;    [by    Nicholas   M.    Thuroczy]. 

[Dec.   I960.]     23  p.  11.  4°     (Agricultural  Marketing  Service,  Marketing 
Economics  Research  Division.)      + 
L.C,  card  Agr  61-73 

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Miscellaneous  publications.     •  Item  13-A  A1.38:(nos.) 

1635  821.  Annotated  bibliography  of  strontium  and  calcium  metabolism  In  man  and 

animals  ;  compiled  by  R.   H.   Wasserman   and  C.   L.   Comar.     Jan.   1961. 
111  +  135  p.  40     (Agricultural  Research  Service.)     •  Paper,  65c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-63 

1636  831.  Cattle  guards.     Dec.  1960.     [2]  p.  11.  40     (Cooperative  farm  building  plan 

exchange  ;  plans  no.  5752,  5903,  5904.)      •  Papei",  5c. 

1637  833.  Choose   challenging   and   rewarding   career   in   Department    of   Agriculture. 

[.Ian.  1961.]      [2]  p.  11.  oblong  8°  folded  Into  narrow  8°  size     [Includes 
list  of  publications  on  agricultural  careers.]     t 

1638  One  hundred  years  and  still  going  strong,   [by]   True  D.  IMorse,  Under 

Secretary  of  Agriculture,  and  president,  Commodity  Credit  Corporation, 
notes  used  in  address  opening  Woodstock  Fair  centennial  program, 
Woodstock,  Conn.,  Sept.  3,  1960.  [I960.]  2  p.  4"  (USDA  2536-60.) 
[Processed.]     t  ^  1-40 :  M  83/119 

PA  (series). 

1639  411.  Water  for  farm  and  city.     Dec.  1960.     8  p.  11.  4»     •  Paper,  10c. 

L.C.  card  Agr  61-72  A  1.68  :  411 

Production  research  reports.     •  Item  13-C  A1.84:(nos.) 

1640  41.  Migratory   farmworkers    in   mldcontlnent    streams    [with    list   of   literature 

cited]  ;    by    William    H.    Metzler    and    Frederic    O.    Sargent.     Dec.    1960. 
iv  +  62  p.  11.  4°      (Agricultural  Research  Service.)      [Prepared  In  coopera- 
tion with  Texas  Agricultural  Experiment  Station.]     *  Paper,  40c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-62 

1641  42.  Replacement  of  one  grasshopper  species  by  another;  [by  Claude  Wakeland]. 

[Jan.  1961.]      [2] +9  p.  il.  40     (Agricultural  Research  Service.)     t 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-71 

1642  [This  entry  number  not  used.] 

1643  Rural  development  in  action,   [by]  True  D.  IVIorse,  Under  Secretary  of 

Agriculture  and  chairman.  Committee  for  Rural  Development  Program, 
notes  used  in  address  before  regional  rural  development  conference, 
Michigan,  Minnesota,  and  Wisconsin,  Escanaba,  Mich.,  Sept.  7,  1960. 
[I960.]     6  p.  4°     (USDA  2551-60.)     [Processed.]     t     A  1.40 :  M  83/121 

Statistical  bulletins.     •  Item  15  A1.34:(nos.) 

1644  249.  Supplement  for  1958  and  1959  to  Egg  and  poultry  statistics  through  1957. 

Dec.    1960.     [2]+viii  +  124    p.    4'>     (Agricultural    Marketing    Service.) 

•  Paper,  60c. 

L.C.  card  Agr  59-184 

1645  250.  Supplement  for   1960  to  Wool   statistics   and   related  data   through   1957  ; 

[compiled  by  Eva  A.  Roseburrough].     Dec.  1960.     xll  +  196  p.  4°      (Agri- 
cultural Marketing  Service.)      [Supersedes  supplement  for  1959,   Issued 
Dec.  1959.]      *  Paper,  $1.00. 
L.C.  card  Agr  54-352 

1646  274.  Commodity  futures  statistics,  July  1959-June  1960.      [Dec.   I960.]      [3H- 

75  p.  4°      (Commodity  Exchange  Authority.)      •  Paper,  45c. 
L.C.  card  50-60167 

1647  276.  Pig  crops  by  States,  1955-59,  sows  farrowing,  pigs  per  litter,  pigs  saved, 

selected  States,  1954-59,  Inventory  numbers  by  quarters,  revised  estimates. 
Jan.  1961.     25  p.  4°     (Agricultural  Marketing  Service,  Crop  Reporting 
Board.)      ♦  Paper,  20c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-68 

Technical  bulletins.     •  Item  16  A1.36:(nos.) 

1648  1226.  Second-growth  western  white  pine  stands,  site  Index  and  species  changes, 

normality  percentage  trends,  mortality   [with  list  of  literature  cited]  ; 
by    Richard    P.    Watt.     Nov.    1960.     ii+60    p.    11.     (Forest    Service.) 

♦  Paper,  25c. 

1649  1232.  Carotene   stability   In  alfalfa  as   affected   by   laboratory-  and   Industrial- 

scale  processing  [with  list  of  literature  cited ;  by  C.  R.  Thompson  and 
others].     [Nov.  I960.]      [2] -f- 14  p.  11.     (Agricultural  Research  Service.) 

*  Paper,  10c. 

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1650  1233.  Pea  leaf  weevil,  Introduced  pest  of  legumes  In  Pacific  Northwest   [with 

list  of  literature  cited ;  by  Hubert  W.   Prescott  and   Max  M.   Reeher. 

[Jan.  1961.]      [2] +12  p.  il.     (Agricultural  Research  Service.)     •  Paper, 

10c. 

L.C.  card  Agr  61-56 

1651  1235.  Composition  of  dehydrated  forages  [with  list  of  literature  cited  ;  by  H.  P. 

Binger,  C.  Ray   Thompson  and  G.   O.  Kohler].      [Jan.  1961.]      [2] +20 
p.  11.     (Agricultural  Research  Service.)      ♦  Paper,  5c. 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-67 

1652  [Welcoming  address  by  Secretary  of  Agriculture  Ezra  Taft  Benson  at 

symposium  on  world  food  needs  and  food  resources,  5th  International 
Congress  on  Nutrition,  Washington,  D.C.,  Sept.  6,  I960.]  [I960.]  [1]  + 
8  p.  4°  (USD A  2586-60.)  [Processed.  Includes  highlights  of  address.] 
t  A  1.40 :  B  44/293 

AGRICULTURE  DEPARTMENT  LIBRARY 

Library  list. 

1653  70.  Communist  Chinese  periodicals  in  agricultural  sciences ;   [compiled  by  Leslie 

T.  C.  Kuo  and  Peter  B.  Schroeder].     Dec.  1960.     24  p.  4°      [Processed.]      t 
L.C.  card  Agr  61-50  A  17.17  :  70 

AIR  FORCE  DEPARTMENT,  Defense  Dept. 

AFCRL  technical  reports  TR  (series) . 

1654  60-278.  See,  below,  Geophysical  research  papers  69. 

Air  Force  manual  AFM  (series).     •  Item  421  D 301.7 :(nos.) 

1655  51-37.    Instrument  flying;    [Nov.  15,  1960].      [I960.]      [228]   p.  11.  4«      [Super- 

sedes AFM  51-37,  Oct.  1953  ;  AFM  51-38,  Apr.  1954  and  AFM  51-45, 
Apr.  1956.]      •  Fabrikoid,  $2.25. 
L.C.  card  61-60385 

1656  67-1.      USAF  supply  manual:  v.  1   [Basic  AF  supply  procedures]  pt.  3;  Jan.  23, 

1961.  [1961.]  ii+[152]  p.  11.  4»  [Issued  in  loose-leaf  form,  with  5 
marginal  index  tabs  on  blank  cardboard  showing  titles.]      J 

1657  67-3M.   See  Army  Department,  Technical  manual  743-200,  Change  13. 

Air  Force  pamphlet  AFP  (series) . 

1658  160-10^.  Medical    service :    Physiology    of   flight    [with    bibliographv ;    Jan.    4, 

1961].      [I960.]      [4] +189  p.  11.  4"  [Some  of  the  illustrations  are 

colored.     Issued  with  perforations.  Supersedes  AFM  160-30,  July 
1953.]      t      •  Item  421-A 

L.C,  card  61-60264  D  301.35  :  160-10-4 

1659  Air  Force  procurement  instruction ;  Dec.  20,  1960.     1960  edition.     [I960.] 

[1961]   p.  il.  4°     [Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.     Supersedes  Oct.  1,  1957 
edition  and  revisions  1-35.]     *  Paper,  $28.00  (including  supplementary 
material  for  an  indefinite  period)  ;  $8.00  additional  for  foreign  mailing. 
•  Item  425 
L.C.  card  61-60379  D  301.6/4 :  960 

[Air  University],  School  of  Aviation  IMedicine:    [Publications].     [Proc- 
essed.]    t  D  301.26/13-2  :(nos.) 

1660  60-60.  Effects   of  chronic  low  dose  neutron   irradiation  upon   peripheral  blood 

elements  in  monkey  (Macaca  mulatta)  [with  list  of  references  :  by] 
George  S.  Melville,  jr.,  and  others.  Aug.  1960.  [1]+12  p.  11.  4° 
(Aerospace  Medical  Center   (ATC),  Brooks  Air  Force  Base,  Tex.) 

1661  60-69.  Apparatus  for  spiral  aftereffect  teat  (SAET)    [with  list  of  references;  by] 

Richard  E.  McKenzie.  Bryce  O.  Hartman.  Sept.  1960.  [l]+4  p.  11.  4» 
(Aerospace  Medical  Center  (ATC),  Brooks  Air  Force  Base,  Tex.) 

1662  60-76.  Glomerular  filtration  and   renal  plasma  flow  durine  hyperthermia   [with 

list  of  references;  by]  G.  S.  Kanter.  Sept.  1960.  [1]+11  p.  il.  4» 
(Aerospace  Medical  Center  (ATC),  Brooks  Air  Force  Base,  Tex. 

1663  60-85.  Flow  rate  responses  of  human  parotid  gland  [with  list  of  references  ;  by] 

Ira  L.  Shannon,  John  R.  Prigmore.  Sept.  1960.  [1]+13  p.  il.  4" 
(Aerospace  Medical  Center  (ATC),  Brooks  Air  Force  Base,  Tex.) 

1664  60-87.  Simple   beam-splitter  for  Zeiss   fundus   camera  ;    [by]    John   B.   Hickam. 

Sept.  1960.  [1]  +3  p.  11.  40  (Aerospace  Medical  Center  (ATC),  Brooks 
Air  Force  Base,  Tex.) 

1665  60—88.  Physiologic  effects  of  hypodynamics   Induced  by  water  immersion    [with 

list  of  references;  by]  Duane  E.  Gravellne,  Bruno  Balke.  Sept.  1960. 
[1]+11  p.  11.  4"  (Aerospace  Medical  Center  (ATC),  Brooks  Air  Force 
Base,  Tex.) 

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1666  Bibliography  of  technical  publications;  Nov.  1949-Aug.  31,  1960.     [I960.] 

cover  title,  44  leaves,  oblong  8°     (Operational  Applications  OflQce,  Di- 
rectorate of  Technology,  AF  Command  &  Control  Development  Division.) 
[Processed.     Supplement  1,  dated  Jan.  3,  1961,   [l]4-5  p.,  was  issued 
also.  ]    $  ( Price  upon  application ) . 
L.C.  card  61-60380  D  301.36/10 :  T  22 

Geophysical  research  papers.  (Geophysics  Research  Directorate,  Air 
Force  Cambridge  Research  Center,  Air  Research  and  Development  Com- 
mand. )      [Processed.  ]     *  ( Price  upon  application ) . 

1667  69.  Line  widths  of  pressure  broadened  spectral  lines  [with  list  of  references  :  by] 

C.  J.  Tsao,  B.  Curnutte,  Department  of  Physics  and  Astronomy,  Ohio  State 
University      Research      Foundation.     Sept.      1960.     iv-)-69-)- [8]       p.      4° 
(AFCRL-TR-60-278,  project  8603,  task  86033 ;  Thermal  Radiation  Lab- 
oratory.) 
L.C.  card  61-60370  D  301.45/2  :  69 

PACAF  [Pacific  Air  Forces]  basic  bibliographies.  [Processed.]  t  Head- 
quarters, Pacific  Air  Forces,  ATTN :  PFPPS-R,  Command  Librarian, 
APO  953,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 

1668  Accounting  and  statistical  services ;  prepared  by  Ruth   Rappaport,   Mary  Jane 

Lin.     July  22,  1960.      [l]-f  iv-f-27  p.  4»      [Supersedes  edition  of  Aug.  1,  1957.] 
L.C.  card  61-60389  D  301.62  :  Ac  2/2/960 

1669  Management    (excluding  personnel)  ;  prepared  by  Mary  M.  Andrews.     Aug.   8, 

1960.      [1]  -f  iv-l-29  p.  4°      [Supersedes  edition  of  Mar.  10,  1959.] 

L.C.  card  58-61790  D  301.62  :  M  31/960 

Specification  bulletin.     [Issued  with  perforations.]     t 

1670  59.  Specifications  applicable  to  design  and  construction  of  air  frames,  Oct.  1, 

1960  (as  of  Sept.  1,  1960).  Hooven-Dayton  Co.,  Dec.  23,  1960.  [1]  -f  iv-f 
189  p.  4"  (Headquarters  Wright  Air  Development  Division,  Wright-Patter- 
son Air  Force  Base,  Ohio.)      [Processed.]  D  301.19  :  59/10/supp. 5 

1671  United  States  Air  Force  [and]  Navy  flight  information  publication,  plan- 

ning: sec.  1,  Planning  data,  United  States,  corrected  to  Dec.  27,  1960. 
[I960.]  [2]-f76-f  [2]  p.  iL  4°  [Processed.  Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.] 
+  D  301.52 :  958/insert-8 

1672  sec.  2,  Air  traffic  control  procedures.  United  States  and  Alaslia,  cor- 
rected to  Dec.  23,  1960.  [I960.]  [2]-f29  p.  iL  4°  [Processed.  Issued 
in  loose-leaf  form.]     t  D  301.52 :  958/insert-7 

1673  [United  States  Air  Force  and  Navy]  revision  notice  and  check  list  flight 

information  publication,  planning :  Europe.  Dec.  9,  1960.  [3]  +157  p. 
il.  4°     [Processed.     Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     +     D  301.52  :  958/rev.-86 

1674    United  States.     Nov.  30,  1960.     [3]+76-f[4]   p.  iL  4°     [Processed. 

Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     $  D  301.52 :  958/rev.-85 

WADD  technical  notes.  (Wright  Air  Development  Division,  Air  Research 
and  Development  Command.)     [Processed.]  D  301.45/13  :(nos.) 

1675  60-142.  Effect  of  amount  of  job  Information  required  on  reliability  of  incum- 

bents' check-list  reports  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  E.  J.  McCor- 
mick,  Purdue  Research  Foundation.  July  1960.  ii-fl0-|-[4]  p.  4° 
(Project  7734,  task  17013,  contract  AF  41(657)-237  ;  Personnel  Lab- 
oratory, Lackland  Air  Force  Base,  Tex.)      ^ (Price  upon  application). 

1676  60-211.  Equivalence  of  scores  from  3  airman  classification  devices   [with  list  of 

references];  by  William  B.  Lecznar.  July  1960.  iii  +  12+[4]  p.  4° 
(Project  7717,  task  87006  ;  Personnel  Laboratory,  Lackland  Air  Force 
Base,  Tex.)     <l>  (Price  upon  application). 

1677  60-217.  Factor  analysis  of  WAF  peer  nominations  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by 

Lois  Lawrence  Elliott.  Sept.  1960.  iii-Ml-f[4]  p.  4»  (Project 
7719,  task  17155 ;  Personnel  Laboratory,  Lackland  Air  Force  Base, 
Tex.)      *  (Price  upon  application). 

1678  60-218.  WAF  performance  on   California   psychological  Inventory    [with  list  of 

references];  by  Lois  Lawrence  Elliott.  Sept.  1960.  ii-f8-f[4]  p. 
11.  4°  (Project  7719,  task  17155;  Personnel  Laboratory;  Lackland 
Air  Force  Base,  Tex.)     4"  (Price  upon  application). 

AIR  TRAFFIC  MANAGEMENT  BUREAU,  Federal  Aviation  Agency 

1679  ATM  manual :  Facility  operation ;  transmittal  l-A-2  ;  Dec.  9, 1960.     [I960.] 

[6]  p.  il.  4°     [Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     t     •  Item  431-D-l 

FAA  3.8  :  F  ll/trans.2 

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1680  ATM  manual :  Service  A  weather  schedules :  Jan.  1,  1961.    [1961.]    cover 

title,  [142]  p.  map,  4°  [Includes  Transmittal  no.  1.  Supersedes  manual 
dated  Mar.  1,  1960,  and  aU  previous  Service  A  weather  schedules 
(ADIS).  Change  1,  dated  Dec.  23,  1960,  2  p.,  processed,  was  issued 
also.]     t     •  Item  431-D-l  FAA  3.8 :  W  37/961 

APPRENTICESHIP  AND  TRAINING  BUREAU,  Labor  Dept, 

Trade  and  industry  publication. 

1681  7.  Selected  apprenticeship  schedules  from  building  and  construction  trades   (In- 

cluding shipbuilding),   v.  2.     1960  edition.      [I960.]      cover   title,    [2] +95 
p.  11.     [Text  on  p.  2-4  of  cover.]     t     •  Item  748-A  L  23.16  :  7/v.2 

ARMED  FORCES  INFORi^IATION  AND  EDUCATION  OFFICE, 
Defense  Dept. 

DOD  pamphlet.     •  Item  312-A 

1682  7-8A.  Armed  Forces  and  National  Library  Week,  guidebook  for  local  observance 

Apr.   16-22,  1961.      [I960.]      15   p.   U.  i"     f  D  2.14 :  7-8A 

ARMY  DEPARTMENT,  Defense  Dept. 

Army  regulations  AR  (series) . 

1683  55-355.  Military  traffic  management  regulations,    [change]   20 :  Aug.  19,   1960. 

[I960.]  1114- [32]  p.  11.  4»  (Navy  Dept.  OPNAVINST  4600.8  ch-21. 
NAVMC  1175,  ch-20;  Air  Force  Dept.  AFM  75-2T.)  [Supersedes 
AR  55-85,  July  1955  including  changes  1-4,  Mar.  1956-June  1960  ; 
AR  55-86,  Mar.  21,  1956,  SR  55-160-50,  May  17,  1954  ;  sec.  12,  CTB 
33,  Apr.  11,  1955  and  sec.  12,  CTB  36,  July  1955.  Issued  in  loose- 
leaf  form.]      *  Paper,   30c.  D  101.9  :  55-355/ch.20 

Pamphlets.    •Item  327  D  101.22:  (nos.) 

1684  27-101-58.  Judge  Advocate  legal  service;  Dec.  14,  1960.     [I960.]     33  p.     [Pre- 

pared by  Judge  Advocate  General's  School.     Issued  In  loose-leaf 
form.]     t 

1685  27-101-59.  Judge  Advocate  legal  service;  Dec.  21,  1960.     [I960.]     14  p.     [Pre- 

pared by  Judge  Advocate  General's  School.     Issued  in  loose-leaf 
form.]     t 

1686  27-101-60.  Judge  Advocate  legal  service;  Jan.  4,  1961.     [I960.]     13  p.     [Pre- 

pared by  Judge  Advocate  General's  School.     Issued  In  loose-leaf 
form.]     t 

1687  355-16.         Troop  topics:  Army  aviation;  [Oct.  13,  I960].     [I960.]     cover  title, 

[20]  p.  11.  oblong  120     [Text  and  other  illustrations  on  p.  1-4  of 
cover.]      t 

1688  715-3.  Small  business  specialists  and  advisors,  by  States.     Oct.  1960.     cover 

title,  111  +  35  p.  narrow  8"      [Designed  to  assist  the  businessman. 

Text  on  p.  2  of  cover.     Supersedes  July  1,  1958  Issue.]     *  Paper, 

15c. 

L.C.  card  61-60277 

1689  [This  entry  number  not  used.] 

1690  Report  to  Wilber  M.  Bruclser,  Secretary  of  Army,  by  Committee  on  Uniform 

Code  of  Military  Justice,  Good  Order  and  Discipline  in  Army ;  Jan.  18, 

1960.     [I960.]     cover  title,  v+287  p.  il.  1  pi.     t     •  Item  325  (Special 

offer) 

L.C.  card  61-60111  D  101.2  :  Un  3 

Technical  manual  TM  (series). 

1691  743-200.  Storage  and  materials  handling.  Changes  13;  Sept.  12,  1960.     [1900.] 

[2] +16  p.  11.  40  (Navy  Dept.  NAVSANDA  pub.  284.  ch.  13,  Air 
Force  Dept.  AFM  67-3M ;  [Marine  Corps]  NAVMC  1101,  Ch.  13.) 
[Issued  In  loose-leaf  form.]     $      0  Item  329 

D  101.11 :  743-200/ch.l3 

ATOMIC  ENERGY  COMMISSION 

AEC  research  reports.  T  3. At  7 :  22/  ( letters-nos. ) 

1692  AEC-tr-4171.  Separation  of  uranium  Isotopes   [with  bibliography]  ;  by  P. 

Caldlrola,  R.  Fiocchi.  [Oct.  I960.]  cover  title,  123  p. 
11.  4°  [Processed.  Translated  by  U.S.  Joint  Publications 
Research  Service.]     4>  Paper,  $2.50. 

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1693  AEC-tr-4183.  Magnetoacoustlcs  In  3  component  plasma  [with  bibliography]  ; 

by  D.  A.  Frank-Kamenetskli.  [Nov.  I960.]  cover  title, 
8  p.  4°  [Processed.  Translated  by  Joint  Publications 
Research  Service.]      4>  Paper,  50c. 

1694  AEC-tr-4208.  Works  of  V.  G.  Khlopin  Radium  Institute,  v.  6  [with  lists  of 

references]  ;  edited  by  I.  E.  Starlk.  [Oct.  I960.]  cover 
title.  175  p.  11.  4°  [Processed.  Translated  by  U.S.  Joint 
Publications  Research  Service.]      *  Paper,  $2.75. 

1695  AEC-tr-4265.  Effect  of  oxygen  In  ionizing  radiation  [with  list  of  literature 

cited]  ;  by  E.  S.  Shcbepot'yeva  [and  others].  [Oct.  I960.] 
cover  title,  [3] +157  p.  il.  4"  [Processed.  Translated  by 
Lvdia  Venters,  Argonne  National  Laboratory,  Argoune, 
111.]      *  Paper,  $2.75. 

1696  BAW-1144-1.  Nuclear  merchant  ship  reactor  shield  design  summary  report 

[with  list  of  references]  ;  by  W.  R.  Smith,  M.  A.  Turner. 
Aug.  1,  1959.  cover  title,  viii  +  126  p.  11.  4»  (Atomic 
Energy  Division,  Babcock  and  Wilcox  Company,  Lynchburg, 
Va.)      [Processed.]      4>  Paper,  $2.50. 

1097  COO-272.  Method    of    determining   total    U-235    in    flat   configurations 

[with  list  of  references]  ;  by  Fred  K.  White,  Ronald  B. 
Perry.  Nov.  1960.  cover  title,  [l]+23  p.  il.  4"  (Chi- 
cago Operations  Office,  AEC,  Argonne,  111.,  and  Argonne 
National        Laboratory,        Argonne,        111.)      [Processed.] 

*  Paper,  50c. 

1098  GA-1235.  40-Mw(e)  prototype  high-temperature  gas-cooled  reactor  re- 

search and  development  program,  summary  report,  Jan.  1- 
Dec.  31,  1959  and  quarterly  progress  report,  Oct.  1-Dec.  31. 
1959  [with  lists  of  references].  Sept.  1960.  cover  title, 
[1] +xxi-t-lS5  p.  il.  4"  (General  Atomic  Division,  General 
Dynamics  Corporation.     San  Diego,  Calif.)      [Processed.] 

*  Paper,  $3.00. 

1699  GEAP-3371.  Nuclear    superheat    project,    2d    quarterly    progress    report, 

Oct.-Dec.  1959.  Sept.  1960.  cover  title,  [l]+vl  +  178  p. 
11.  4"  (Atomic  Power  Equipment  Department,  General 
Electric      Company,      San      Jose,      Calif.)      [Processed.] 

*  Paper,  $2.75. 

1700  GEAP-3440   (rev.).     Fission  gases,  their  measurement  and  evaluation,  technical 

report  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  T.  J.  Slosek,  B.  Weiden- 
baum.  Aug.  15,  1960.  cover  title,  iii  +  lo  p.  il.  4"  (Val- 
lecitos  Atomic  Laboratory,  General  Electric  Company, 
Pleasanton,  Calif.)      [Processed.]      *  Paper,  50c. 

1701  ISC-1138.  Nitrogen  isotope  abundance  measurements   [with  list  of  ref- 

erences] ;  by  Gregor  Albert  Junk,  H.  J.  Svec.  Nov.  1958. 
cover  title,  iii-iv-f37  p.  il.  4»  (Ames  Laboratory,  Ames, 
Iowa.)      [Processed.]      *  Paper,  $1.00. 

1702  MATT-46.  Tilting  confining  field  coils  for  C  stellerator ;  by  U.  Chrlsten- 

sen.     July  5,  1960.     cover  title,  iii  +  25  p.  il.  4">      (Project 

Matterhorn,      Princeton      University,      Princeton,      N.J.) 

4"  Paper,  75c. 
On  continuum  radiation  in  ionized  gases  [with  bibliography]  ; 

by  Nandor  Balazs.     July  1960.     cover  title,   [l]+25  p.  11. 

4°     (Project  Matterhorn,  Princeton  University,  Princeton, 

N.J.)      [Processed.]      "!>  Paper,  75c. 
Quarterly  report  covering  period  Apr.  1-June  30,  1960.     July 

1960.     cover    title,     v-|-32    p.     4»      (Project    Matterhorn, 

Princeton      University,      Princeton,       N.J.)      [Processed.] 

*  Paper,  $1.00. 
Adaptation  of  new  research  techniques  to  mineral  engineer- 
ing problems,  semi-annual  progress  report  for  6  month 
period  ending  Apr.  30,  1960  [articles,  with  lists  references; 
by  project  research  staff].  Apr.  30,  1960.  cover  title, 
iii  +  48  p.  11.  4"  (Department  of  Metallurgy,  Massachusetts 
Institute  of  Technology,  Cambridge,  Mass.)  *  Paper, 
$1.25. 

1706  MND-LFBR-2337.    Liquid    fluidized   bed    reactor   experiment,    final   report,    task 

4.00  [with  bibliography]  ;  by  Martin  R.  Scheve.  Apr.  1960. 
cover  title,  xiii 4-136  p.  il.  4"  (Nuclear  Division,  Martin 
Company,  Baltimore,  Md.)      [Processed.]     4>  Paper,  $2.75. 

1707  MXD-P-2354.  Nuclear   1.0-watt   power   supply   for  space   application,   final 

report,  subtask  5.6  ;  by  D.  J.  Knighton.  June  1960.  cover 
title,  iii-viii  +  49  p.  11.  4°  (Martin  Company,  Baltimore, 
Md.)      [Processed.]     *  Paper,  $1.25. 

1708  MND-P-2374.  13-watt    curium-fueled    thermoelectric    generator    for    hard 

lunar  impact  mission,  final  report,  subtask  5.8  [with  list 
of  references]  ;  bv  J.  Bloom.  Aug.  1960.  cover  title, 
[2]  +V-1X  +  50  p.  il.  4»  (Martin  Company,  Baltimore,  Md.) 
[Processed.]     *  Paper,  $1.50. 

1709  NAS-NS-3013.  Nuclear   science  series :    Radlochemlstry   of   beryllium    [with 

list  of  references;  bv  A.  W.  Fairhall].  [May  I960.] 
cover  title,  v-|-58  p.  il.  (National  Academy  of  Sciences, 
National  Research  Council.)      [Processed.]     *  Paper,  75c. 


1703  MATT-49. 

1704  MATT-Q-11. 

1705  MITS-44. 


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AEC  research  reports — Continued 

NMI-1225.  Preliminary  attempts  to  produce  randomly  oriented  wrought 

beryllium  and  their  relation  to  texture  development  [with 
list  of  references]  ;  by  F.  M.  Yans,  P.  Pointu.  July  6, 
1960.  [2] +53  p.  11.  4°  (Nuclear  Metals,  Inc.,  Concord, 
Mass.)      [Processed.]     4>  Paper,  $1.25. 

NMI-1239.  Metallographic   study   of  swelling  of  uranium   and   uranium 

alloys  [with  list  of  references]  ;  by  A.  Boltax,  A.  R.  Lum- 
bert.  Aug.  17,  1960.  cover  title,  p.  3-78,  il.  4o  (Nuclear 
Metals,  Inc.,  Concord,  Mass.)  [Processed.]  *  Paper, 
$1.75. 

NMI-1240.  Preliminary  survey  of  mechanical  properties  and  phase  rela- 

tionships In  several  beryllium  binary  alloys  [for]  July  1, 
1958-June  30,  1959  [with  lists  of  references]  ;  by  F.  M. 
Yans.  Sept.  8,  1960.  cover  title,  p.  3-41,  il.  4°  (Nuclear 
Metals,  Inc.,  Concord,  Mass.)  [Processed.]  «i>  Paper, 
$1.00. 

NMI-4801.  Coextruslon  of  Zircaloy-clad  U-2«'/o  Zr  rod  for  EBR-1  Mark 

3  core  loading ;  by  H.  F.  Sawyer.  Apr.  30,  1958.  cover 
title,  53  p.  11.  4°  (Nuclear  Metals,  Inc.,  Cambridge,  Mass.) 
[Processed.]     *  Paper,  $1.25. 

NMI-4852.  Development  work  on  fabrication  of  CP-5  fuel  element  tubes, 

final  report  to  Argonne  National  Laboratory  ;  by  J.  Wong, 
May  13,  1960.  52  p.  11.  4°  (Nuclear  Metals,  Inc.,  Con- 
cord, Mass.)      [Processed.]     4>  Paper,  $1.25. 

ORO-310.  Semi-annual   progress   report,   Jan.   1-June   30,    1960.     Nov. 

1960.  cover  title,  73  p.  11.  4"  (University  of  Tennessee- 
AEC  Agricultural  Research  Laboratory,  Oak  Ridge,  Tenn.) 
[Processed.]     *  Paper,  $1.75. 

TID-3522  (4th  rev.).  Peaceful  uses  of  nuclear  explosions,  literature  search ;  com- 
piled by  Hugh  E.  Voress.  Nov.  1960.  [2]  +11  p.  4°  (Of- 
fice of  Technical  Information.)  [Processed.]  4>  Paper, 
50c. 

TID-4041.  Genetics  research,  Division  of  Biology  and  Medicine.     Jan. 

1960.  cover  title,  [3] +117  p.  40  [Processed.]  4>  Paper, 
$1.25. 
supp.  9.).  Supplemental  Insert  sheets  for  Engineering  mate- 
rials list.  Sept.  1960.  cover  title,  [109]  p.  40  [Proc- 
essed. Issued  In  loose-leaf  form.]  t  AEC  Technical  In- 
formation Service  Extension,  Oak  Ridge,  Tenn, 
Conceptual  study  of  possible  collecting  systems  for  use  In 
stratospheric  sampling  [with  bibliography].  Apr.  25,  1959. 
cover  title,  v  +  86  p.  11.  4°  (Western  Precipitation  Cor- 
poration, Los  Angeles,  Calif.)  [Processed.]  *  Paper, 
$2.00. 
Neutron  activation  analysis  hy  means  of  short-lived  Isotopes 
[with  bibliography]  ;  by  James  L.  Brownlee,  jr.  June 
1960.  cover  title,  xlli  +  208  p.  11.  4°  (Department  of 
Chemistry,  University  of  Michigan,  Ann  Arbor,  Mich.) 
[Processed.]  *  Paper,  $3.00 
Petroleum  refinery  streams  as  prospective  reactor  coolants, 
thermal  stability  Investigations  [with  list  of  references]  ; 
by  J.  G.  Carroll.  May  31,  1960.  cover  title,  111  +  47  p.  11. 
40  (California  Research  Corporation,  San  Francisco, 
Calif.)  [Processed.]  *  Paper,  $1.25. 
Proceedings  of  8th  conference  on  hot  laboratories  and  equip- 
ment, San  Francisco,  Calif.,  Dec.  13-15,  1960  [articles, 
with  lists  of  references].  [I960.]  2  bks.,  cover  titles, 
x+547+[l]  p.  11.  4°  [Processed.  Sponsored  by  Hot 
Laboratory     Division      of     American     Nuclear      Society.] 

*  Paper,  $5.75  (2  bks.). 
Quarterly  metallurgical  progress  report,  no.  8.  July  1-Sept. 

30,  1960  ;  prepared  by  Department  of  Interior,  Bureau  of 
Mines,  Albany  Metallurgy  Research  Center,  Region  1. 
[I960.]  v  +  23  leaves,  11.  4°  [Processed.]  *  Paper, 
$1.00. 
Operation  Hardtack  [2],  Apr.-Oct.  1958:  project  26.7, 
Structural  response  and  permanent  displacement  measure- 
ments [with  list  of  references  ;  by  R.  H.  Sievers,  jr.,  and 
A.  R.  Stacy].  Oct.  28,  1960.  cover  title,  218  p.  il.  4° 
(Headquarters  Field  Command,  Defense  Atomic  Support 
Agency,  Sandia  Base,  Albuquerque,  N.  Mex.)      [Processed.] 

*  Paper,  $3.00. 
Fabrication  of  Yankee  Core  1  prototype  fuel  element  [with 

bibliography]  ;  by  M.  D'Amore.  May  1960.  cover  title, 
52  p.  11.  4°  (Atomic  Power  Department,  Westinghouse 
Electric      Corporation,      Pittsburgh,      Pa.)      [Processed.] 

*  Paper,  $1.25. 


TID-4100  (1st  rev., 


TID-5971. 


TID-6311. 


TID-6367. 


TID-7599. 


USBM-U-761. 


WT-1708. 


YAEC-144, 


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February  1961 

1726  Atomic  Energy  Commission  report  on  status  of  gas  centrifuge  technology. 

[I960.]  6  leaves,  4°  [Processed.  Accompanied  by  statement  by  John 
A.  McCone,  chairman,  Atomic  Energy  Commission,  on  status  and  pros- 
pects of  gas  centrifuge  technology,  2  p.]     t  Y  3. At  7  :  2  G  21 

1727  18  questions  and  answers  about  radiation.     [I960.]     iv+47  p.  il.     [In- 

cludes list  of  publications  giving  more  detailed  information  about  these 

subjects.     Errata,  1  p.  small  4°,  was  issued  also.]     *  Paper,  25c.    •  Item 

1051 

L.C.  card  61-60267  Y  3.At  7  :  2  R  11/10/960 

1728  Safety  aspects  of  nuclear  space  program,  remarks  by  Joseph  A.  Connor,  jr., 

chairman,  Aerospace  Nuclear  Safety  Board,  Atomic  Energy  Commission, 
prepared  for  delivery  before  annual  conference  of  Atomic  Industrial 
Forum,  San  Francisco,  Calif.,  Dec.  15,  1960.  [I960.]  12  leaves,  4° 
(S-26-60.)      [Processed.]     t  Y3.At7:34C76 

AVIATION  MEDICINE  BUREAU,  Federal  Aviation  Agency 

Note. — In  March  1960  the  Federal  Aviation  Agency  established  the  Bureau  of 
Aviation  Medicine  to  replace  the  former  Office  of  the  Civil  Air  Surgeon. 

1729  List  of  aviation  medical  examiners;  Sept.  1960.     [I960.]     cover  title,  i-f- 

118  p.     t     •  Item  431-E-l 

L.C.  card  60-^2292  FAA  7.8 :  960-2 

BLIND-MADE  PRODUCTS,  COMMITTEE  ON  PURCHASES  OF 

1730  Schedule  of  blind-made  products,  effective  Jan.  1,  1961.     [1961.]     [2]-fl6 

p.  il.  4°     [Processed.     Replaces  schedule  now  in  use.]     t 

Y  3.B  61 :  8/961 

BUDGET  BUREAU,  Executive  Office  of  the  President 

1731  Budget  of  United  States  Government,  fiscal  year  1962.    1961.    M96-f  1040 

p.  il.  4°     [Edge  index  and  how  to  use  on  p.  4  of  cover.     Also  issued  as 
H.  doc.  15,  pt.  1,  87th  Cong.,  1st  sess.]     *  Paper,  $6.00.     •  Item  853 
L.C.  card  21-27488  Pr  Ex  2.8 :  962 

1732    Appendix,  detail  of  personal  services  and  passenger  motor  vehicles 

and  aircraft.  1961.  v-M98  p.  4°  [Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  16,  87th 
Cong.,  1st  sess.]     *  Paper,  $1.00.     •  Item  853 

L.C.  card  21-27488  Pr  Ex  2.8  :  962/app. 

1733    District  of  Columbia.     1961.     iii-t-70  p.  4°     [Also  issued  as  H.  doc.  15, 

pt.  2,  87th  Cong.,  1st  sess.]     *  Paper,  45c.     •  Item  853 

L.C.  card  59-60322  Pr  Ex  2.8/4  :  962 

1734  Federal  budget  in  brief  [fiscal  year]  1962,  Executive  Ofiice  of  President. 

[1961.]     cover  title,  62  p.  il.     *  Paper,  25c.     •  Item  855-A 

L.C.  card  50-60126  Pr  Ex  2.8/2  :  962 

BUSINESS  AND  DEFENSE  SERVICES  ADMINISTRATION, 
Commerce  Dept. 

Commercial  standard  CS  (series).  (OflSce  of  Technical  Services,  Com- 
modity Standards  Division.)  [Prepared  with  cooperation  of  National 
Bureau  of  Standards.]     •  Item  243 

1735  232-60.  Industrial  wire  cloth,   recorded  voluntary   standard  of  trade.     [I960.] 

13  p.  il.  4»      [Effective  Oct.  1,  I960.]      *  Paper,  10c.     C  41.25  :  232-60 

[Economic  report]  ER  (series).     [Processed.]  C  41.42  :(nos.) 

1736  60-2.     Hides  and  skins  Industry,  outlook  for  1961  and  review  of  1960.     [I960.] 

5  leaves,  4° 

1737  00-3.     Cast  iron  pressure  pipe  and  fittings  Industry,  outlook  for  1961  and  review 

of   1960.      [I960.]      4   leaves.   4°      (Building  Materials  Division.) 

1738  60-4.     Leather  Industry,  outlook  for  1961  and  review  of  1960.     [I960.]     3  leaves, 

40 

1739  60-5.     Shoe  industry,  outlook  for  1961  and  review  of  1960.     [I960.]     3  leaves,  4o 

1740  60-6.     Automobile  Industry,  outlook  for   1961  and  review  of  1960.      [I960.]      5 

leaves,  4°     (Automotive  and  Transportation  Equipment  Division.) 

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[Economic  report]  ER  (series) — Continued 

1741  60-7.     Household   appliance   industry,   outlook   for   1961    and    review    of    1960. 

[I960.]     3  leaves,  4"     (Consumer  Durable  Goods  Division.) 

1742  60-8.     Warm  air  furnace  industry,  outlook  for  1961  and  review  of  1960.     [I960.] 

1  p.  4°     (Building  Materials  Division.) 

1743  60-9.     Household    furniture    industry,    outlook    for    1961    and    review    of    1960. 

[I960.]      3  leaves,  4°      (Consumer  Durable  Goods  Division.) 

1744  60-10,  Textile  machinery  industry,  outlook  for  1961  and  review  of  1960.     [I960.] 

2  leaves,  4°     (General  Industrial  Equipment  and  Components  Division.) 

1745  60-11.  Material  handling  equipment   industry,   outlook   for   1961   and   review   of 

1960.     [I960.]     2  leaves,  4»     (General  Industrial  Equipment  and  Com- 
ponents Division.) 

1746  60-12.  Paper  and  Board  industry,  outlook  for  1961  and  review  of  1960.     [I960.] 

5  leaves,  4°     (Forest  Products  Division.) 

1747  60-14.  Hardboard  industry,  outlook  for  1961   and  review  of  1960.      [I960.]     3 

leaves,  40     (Forest  Products  Division.) 

1748  60-15.  Jewelry  Industry,  outlook  for  1961  and  review  of  1960.     [I960.]     2  leaves, 

4"    (Consumer  Durable  Goods  Division.) 

1749  60-17.  Woolen  and  worsted  manufacturing  industry,  outlook  for  1961  and  review 

of  1960.     [I960.]     5  leaves,  4»     (Textiles  and  Clothing  Division.) 

1750  60-18.  Commercial    central    station    protective    signaling    industry,    outlook    for 

1961  and  review  of  1960.     [I960.]     2  leaves,  4°     (Communications  In- 
dustries Division.) 

1751  60-20.  Pulp  and  paper  machinery,  outlook  for  1961  and  review  of  1960.     [I960.] 

1  p.    4»      (General   Industrial    Equipment   and   Components   Division.) 

1752  60-23.  Aluminum  industry,  outlook  for  1961  and   review  of  1960.      [1961.]      5 

leaves,  4°    (Aluminum  and  Magnesium  Division.) 

1753  60-25.  Dairy  plant  equipment  Industry,   outlook  for  1961   and  review  of   1960. 

[I960.]     2  leaves,  4°     (General  Industrial  Equipment  and  Components 
Division.) 

1754  60-26.  Printing   trades    machinery    Industry,    outlook    for    1961    and    review    of 

1960.     [I960.]     2  leaves,  4»     (General  Industrial  Equipment  and  Com- 
ponents Division.) 

1755  60-27.  Slab  zinc  industry,  outlook  for   1961    and  review   of   1960.      [1961.]      4 

leaves,  4"    (Miscellaneous  Metals  and  Minerals  Division.) 

1756  60-28.  Titanium   industry,    outlook  for   1961   and   review  of   1960.      [I960.]      3 

leaves,  4» 

1757  60-29.  Columbium  and  tantalum  industry,  outlook  for  1961  and  review  of  1960. 

[1961.]     2  leaves,  4"     (Miscellaneous  Metals  and  Minerals  Division.) 

1758  60-31.  Electrical  construction  material  industry,  outlook  for  1961   and  review 

of  1960.     [I960.]      1  p.  4°      (Electrical  Equipment  Division.) 

1759  60-32.  Power  boiler  industry,  outlook  for  1961  and  review  of  1960.     [I960.]     4 

leaves,  11.  4"     (Power  Equipment  Division.) 

1760  60-33.  Steam  turbine  Industry,  outlook  for  1961   and  review  of  1960.      [1961.] 

3  leaves,  11.  4»    (Power  Equipment  Division.) 

1761  60-36.  Converted   flexible  packaging  products   industry,   outlook   for   1961    and 

review   of  1960.      [1961.]      2  leaves,  4"      (Containers  and  Packaging 
Division.) 

1762  60^0.  Fibre  box   industry,   outlook  for  1961   and  review  of  1960.      [1961.]      2 

leaves,  4"    (Containers  and  Packaging  Division.) 

1763  60-41.  Glass  container  Industry,  outlook  for  1961  and  review  of  19G0.      [1961.] 

2  leaves,  4°      (Containers  and  Packaging  Division.) 

1764  60-44.  Particle  board  Industry,  outlook  for  1961  and  review  of  1960.      [1961.] 

2  leaves,  4°      (Forest  Products  Division.) 

1765  60-51.  Aluminum  foil  packaging  Industry,  outlook  for  1961  and  review  of  1960. 

[1961.]      2   leaves,  4"      (Containers   and   Packaging   Division.) 

1766  60-61.  Metal  can  Industry,   outlook  for  1961  and  review  of  1960.      [I960.]      2 

leaves,  4"     (Containers  and  Packaging  Division.) 

1767  Electronic  components,  production  and  related  data,  1952-59;   [prepared 

by  Stuart  A.  Pettingill,  Bertha  Prendergast  and  Allen  S.  Anderson]. 
[Oct.  I960.]     cover  title,  [1]+18  p.  4°     *  Paper,  20c.     •  Item  215 

0  41.2  :  El  2/9 

OTS  selective  bibliography  SB  (series).     (Office  of  Technical  Services.) 
[Processed.     Formerly  entitled  Catalog  of  technical  reports.] 

C  41.21/3  :(nos.) 

1768  423.  Powder  metallurgy,  supplement  to  CTR-343,  bibliography  of  reports  listed 

in  2  OTS  monthly  abstract  journals,   U.S.   Government  research   reports 
and  Technical  translations.      [Aug.  I960.]     10  p.  4°     *  Paper,  10c. 

1769  432.  Thermoelectricity,  bibliography  of  reports  listed  in  2  OTS  monthly  abstract 

journals,   U.S.   Government  research  reports  and   Technical  translations. 
[Sept.  I960.]      10  p.  4»     *  Paper,  10c. 

1770  434.  Ferroelectricity  and  ferromagnetism,  bibliography  of  reports  listed  in  2  OTS 

monthly  abstracts  journals,  U.S.  government  research  reports  and  tech- 
nical translations.      [Sept.  I960.]      19  p.  4»     ^  Paper,  10c. 

1771  439.  Machine    translation,    bibliography    of    reports    listed    in    2    OTS    monthly 

abstract    journals ;    U.S.    government    research    reports    and    Technical 
translations.     [Oct.  I960.]     5  p.  4°     *  Paper,  10c. 

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FiEBRUARY    1961 

1772  Printing  machinery,  production,  consumption,  trade,  selected  foreign  coun- 

tries.    [I960.]     iv-f  52  p.  4°     (General  Industrial  Equipment  and  Com- 
ponents Division. )     *  Paper,  35c.     •  Item  215 
L.C.  card  61-60295  C  41.2 :  P  93 

1773  Textile  outlook  for  sixties;   [prepared  by  A.  W.  Zelomek  and  Robert  C. 

Shook].     [I960.]     viii+54  p.  il.  4°     *  Paper,  35c. 

L.C.  card  61-60377  C  41.2  :  T  31/2 

CENSUS  BUREAU,  Commerce  Dept. 

1958  census  of  business:  Central  business  district  statistics    [standard 
metropolitan  statistical  area  reports]  BC58-CBD   (series). 

C  3.202/13:  958/ (nos.) 

1774  1.     Akron,  Ohio,  area.     [I960.]     20  p.  11.  4»     [Processed.]      t  Paper,  25c. 

1775  13.  Charlotte,  N.C.,  area.     [I960.]     18  p.  11.  4"     [Processed.]      t  Paper,  25c. 

1776  39.  Jacksonville,  Fla.,  area.      [I960.]      18  p.  11.  4"      [Processed.]      t  Paper,  25c. 

1777  49.  Mobile.  Ala.,  area.      [I960.]      18  p.  11.  4°      [Processed.]      t  Paper,  25c. 

1778  51.  Nashville,   Tenn.,   area.      [I960.]      18  p.   11.   4°      [Processed.]      t  Paper,   25c. 

1779  73.  Salt  Lake  City,  Utah,  area.     [I960.]     18  p.  11.  4"     [Processed.]     t  Paper,  25c. 

1780  81.   Shreveport,  La.,  area.     [I960.]     18  p.  11.  4°     [Processed.]     t  Paper,  25c. 

1781  95.  Wilmington,  Del.-N.J.  area.      [I960.]      18  p.  U.  4"      [Processed.]      t  Paper, 

25c. 

Eetail  trade  [area  reports]  BC58-RA  (series).     [Preprints  from  v.  2, 

Retail  trade,  area  statistics.]  C  3.202/2:  958/R A  (nos.) 

1782  1.     United  States  summary,  errata  sheet.     Nor.  30,  1960.     1  p.  4°     [Processed.] 

t     •  Item  132-A-l 

1783  30.  New  Jersey,  Errata  sheet.     Dec.  6,  1900.      [2]  p.  4°     t      •  Item  132-A-33 

Selected  services  [area  reports],  BC58-SA  (series).    [Preprints  from 

V.  6,  Selected  service  trades,  area  statistics.]       C  3.202/4 :  958/SA  (nos.) 

1784  1.     United  States  summary,  errata  sheet.    Dec.  1,  1960.     [2]  p.  4<>     [Processed.] 

t     0  Item  132-A-l 

1785  5.     California,  errata  sheet.     Dec.  2,  1960.     [2]  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t      •  Item 

132-A-6 

1786  30.  Nev?  Jersey,  errata  sheet.    Dec.  1,  1960.     [2]  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t     •  Item 

132-A-33 

1958  census  of  manufactures:    [Industry  reports]    MC-(series).     [Pre- 
prints from  V.  2,  Industry  statistics].    •  Item  136 

C  3.24/4 :  958/]MC-(nos.) 

1787  20E.  Bakery  products :  Bread  and  related  products,  biscuit  and  crackers ;   [pre- 

pared by  Edward  A.  Robinson  and  Robert  T.  O'Reagan].  [I960.]  viil-f 
19  p.  11.  4»    *  Paper,  30c. 

1788  20F.  Sugar,  confectionery  and  related  products,  raw  cane  sugar,  cane  sugar  re- 

fining, beet  sugar,  confectionery  products,  chocolate  and  cocoa  products, 
chewing  gum ;  [prepared  by  Edward  A.  Robinson,  with  assistance  of 
Robert  T.O'Reagan].     [I960.]     viii+17  p.  11.  4o    *  Paper,  30c. 

1789  22B.  Yarn   and   thread  mills  :    Yarn   mills,    except  wool,   throwing   and   winding 

mills,  wool  yarn  mills,  thread  mills;  [prepared  by  Milton  Eisen,  with 
assistance  of  David  T.  Fagan].     [I960.]     viii+16  p.  11.  4»     *  Paper,  25c. 

1790  23D.  Miscellaneous  apparel  and  accessories  :   Fur  goods,  fabric  dress  and  work 

gloves,  robes  and  dressing  gowns,  waterproof  outergarments,  leather  and 
sheeplined  clothing,  apparel  belts,  apparel,  n.e.c.  ;  [prepared  by  Shirley 
Kallek  and  Hazel  A.  Beatty].  [I960.]  vill+22-f  [1]  p.  11.  4«  *  Paper, 
35c. 

1791  25B.  Office,    public-building,   office    and   store   fixtures,    and   miscellaneous  furni- 

ture :  Wood  office,  furniture,  metal  office  furniture,  public  building  furni- 
ture, wood  partitions  and  fixtures,  metal  partitions  and  fixtures,  Venetian 
blinds  and  shades,  furniture  and  fixtures,  n.e.c. ;  [prepared  by  Elmer 
S.  Biles  and  Robert  E.  Bates].     1960.     vill-f  22  p.  11.  4"     •  Paper    30c. 

1792  26B.  Converted  paper  and   paperboard   products,  except  containers  and   boxes, 

paper  coating  and  glazing,  envelopes,  bags,  except  textile  bags,  wallpaper, 
die  cut  paper  and  board,  pressed  and  molded  pulp  goods,  paper  and  board 
products,  n.e.c;  [prepared  by  Edward  D.  Gruen].  [I960.]  Tlli-|-25 
p.  11.  4"    *  Paper,  35c. 

1793  28B.  Plastics   materials   and    synthetic   resins,    synthetic   rubber,   synthetic    and 

other  man-made  fibers,  except  glass :  Plastics  materials,  synthetic  rubber, 
celluloslc  man-made  fibers,  organic  fibers,  noncellulosic ;  [prepared  by 
Reese  R.  Morgan  and  William  N.  Small].  [I960.]  vlil+17-f-[l]  p.  11.  4» 
*  Paper,  30c. 

1794  81A.  Tanning,  shoes ;  Industrial  leather  goods :  Leather  tanning  and  finishing. 

Industrial  leather  belting,  footwear  cut  stock,  footwear,  except  rubber, 
house  slippers;  [prepared  by  Shirley  Kallek  and  Richard  F.  Going,  jr.]. 
11960.]    viU-l-22  p.  U.  4°    ♦  Paper,  30c. 

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1958  census  of  manufactures — Continued 

1795  32B.  Cement  and  structural  clay  products :  Cement,  hydraulic,  brick  and  struc- 

tural tile,  ceramic  wall  and  floor  tile,  clay  refractories,  structural  clay 
products,  n.e.c. ;  [prepared  by  Elmer  S.  BUes  and  James  G.  Demopoulos]. 
[I960.]     viii-l-15  p.  11.  4»    *  Paper,  25c. 

1796  32C.  Pottery  and  related  products :   Vitreous  plumbing  fixtures,  vitreous  china 

food  utensils,  earthenware  food  utensils,  porcelain  electrical  supplies, 
pottery  products,  n.e.c;  [prepared  by  Elmer  S.  Biles],  [I960.]  viii-f 
10  p.  11.  4»    *  Paper.  25c. 

1797  33B.  Iron  and  steel  foundries :   Gray  iron  foundries,  malleable  iron  foundries, 

steel  foundries ;  [prepared  by  Paul  F.  Berard,  with  assistance  of  Leo 
Levi].     [I960.]     viii-|-15  p.  il.  4°    *  Paper,  25c. 

1798  34C.  Fabricated  structural  metal  products :    Fabricated  structural   steel,  metal 

doors,  sash,  and  trim,  boiler  shop  products,  sheet  metal  work,  miscel- 
laneous metal  work,  n.e.c;  [prepared  by  Paul  P.  Berard  and  Leo  Levi]. 
[i960.]    is-f  32  p.  11.  4°    *  Paper,  30c 

1799  35B.  Construction,   mining,   and   materials  handling  machinery   and   equipment: 

Construction  machinery,  mining  machinery  and  equipment,  oil  field  ma- 
chines and  equipment,  elevators  and  moving  stairways,  conveyors,  hoists, 
cranes,  and  monorails,  industrial  trucks  and  tractors  ;  [prepared  by  Wil- 
liam R.  Gray,  and  Malcolm  B.  Bernhardt].  [I960.]  ix-|-31  p.  il. 
4"     ♦  Paper,  35c. 

1800  35C.  Metalworking    machinery    and    equipment :    Metal-cutting    machine    tools, 

metal-forming  machine  tools,  special  dies  and  tools,  machine  tool  acces- 
sories, metalworking  machinery,  n.e.c. ;  [prepared  by  William  R.  Gray  and 
Malcolm  E.  Bernhardt].     [I960.]     ix-f  28  p.  11.  4°     *  Paper,  35c 

1801  35E.  General  industrial  machinery  and  equipment,  pumps  and  compressors,  ball 

and  roller  bearings,  blowers  and  fans,  industrial  patterns,  power  trans- 
mission equipment,  industrial  furnaces  and  ovens,  general  industry  ma- 
chinery, n.e.c. ;  [prepared  by  William  R.  Gray,  with  assistance  of  Alan  I. 
Blum].    [I960.]    ix-f  31  p.  il.  40    *  Paper,  30c. 

1802  35F.  Office,   computing,  and  accounting  machines :   Computing  and  related  ma- 

chines, typewriters,  scales  and  balances,  office  machines,  n.e.c. ;  [pre- 
pared by  William  R.  Gray  and  Alan  L  Blum].     [I960.]     lx+13  p.  U.  4o 

*  Paper,  35c. 

1803  35G.  Service   industry   machines   and  machine    shops :    Automatic   vending   ma- 

chines, commercial  laundry  equipment,  vacuum  cleaners.  Industrial, 
refrigeration  machinery,  measuring  and  dispensing  pumps,  service  indus- 
try machines,  n.e.c,  machine  shops;  [prepared  by  William  R.  Gray  and 
Alan  I.Blum].     [I960.]     ix-f  29  p.  il.  4°    *  Paper,  25c 

1804  36D.  Communication   equipment,    including  radio   and   TV,   and    electronic  com- 

ponents and  accessories,  radio  and  TV  receiving  sets,  phonograph  records, 
telephone,  telegraph  apparatus,  radio,  TV  communication  equipment, 
electron  tubes,  receiving  type,  cathode  ray  picture  tubes,  electron  tubes, 
transmitting,  electronic  components,  n.e.c  ;  [prepared  by  Evelyn  W. 
Colburn,  with  assistance  of  Conrad  J.  Jacob].     [I960.]     viii+30  p.  il.  4° 

*  Paper,  30c. 

1805  37A.  Motor  vehicles  and  equipment :  Truck  and  bus  bodies,  truck  trailers,  motor 

vehicles  and  parts ;  [prepared  by  Bernard  P.  Bernsten  and  Conrad  J. 
Jacob].     [I960.]    viii-f  18  p.  il.  4<>    *  Paper,  30c 

1958   census    of    mineral    industries:    [Industry    report]    MIC- (series). 
[Preprints  from  v.  1,  Summary  and  industry  statistics.]     •  Item  158 

C  3.216:  958/ (nos.) 

1806  lOB.  Iron   ores;    [prepared   by    William    Cooper].      [I960.]      viIi+16   p.    il.    4" 

*  Paper,  25c. 

1807  14E.  Chemical  and  fertilizer  mineral   mining :   Barite,   fluorspar,   potash,   soda, 

borate  minerals,  phosphate  rock,  rock  salt,  sulfur,  chemical-fertilizer 
mining,  n.e.c;  [prepared  by  George  R.  Hopkins].  [I960.]  viii-f 22  p. 
11.  4»    *  Paper,  30c 

1808  I960  census  of  population :  Alphabetical  index  of  occupations  and  indus- 

tries; [prepared  by  William  J.  Milligan  and  others].  [Revised  edition.] 
[I960.]  xxiv-f  649  p.  4°  [Prepared  under  supervision  of  Howard  G. 
Brunsman,  chief,  Population  Division] .  *  Fabrilioid,  $4.75  •  Item  154 
L.C.  card  A  60-9803  C  3.223  :  Oc  1/960-2 

1809  Changes  in  schedule  B,  Statistical  classification  of  domestic  and  foreign 

commodities  exported  from  United  States,  Jan.  1,  1958  edition,  retroac- 
tive to  Jan.  1,  1958,  unless  otherwise  indicated.     Dec.  1960.     [16]  p.  4" 

(Public  bulletin  B-4.)  [Prepared  under  supervision  of  J.  Edward  Ely, 
chief,  Foreign  Trade  Division.     Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     •  Item  148 

L.C.  card  24-27406  C  3.150 :  B/958/ch.4 

Note. — Schedule  B,  Statistical  classification  of  domestic  and  foreign  commodi- 
ties exported  from  United  States  including  supplementary  bulletins  and  pages 
for  an  indefinite  period,  is  sold  by  Superintendent  of  Documents,  Government, 
Printing  Office,  Washington  25,  D.C.,  at  a  price  of  $6.00  domestic,  $1.50  addi- 
tional for  foreign  mailing. 

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Construction  reports :  Building  permits,  C49  (series) . 
1.  New  residential  construction  authorized  In  permit  issuing  places,  revised  data 
for   Apr.    1960    and    prior   periods.     Sept.    1960.     33    p.    4°     [Processed.] 
t  Paper,  25c. 
L.C.  card  A  61-9149  C  3.215/7  :  C  49-1 

Current  industrial  reports :  Atomic  energy  products,  1959 ;  [prepared  by 
Industry  Division,  Machinery  and  Equipment.]  Dec.  9,  1960.  [2]  p.  4° 
(Series  M38Q-09.)  [Processed.  Prepared  in  cooperation  with  Atomic 
Energy  Commission.]     t  Paper,  10c.  C  3.158 :  M  38  Q-09 

Current  population  reports :  Consumer  income,  series  P-60. 
35.  Income  of  families  and  persons  In  United  States,  1959.     Jan.  5,  1961.     51  p. 
11.  40     t  Paper,  50c.  C  3.186  :  P-60/35 

U.S.  census  of  population,  1960:  Number  of  inhabitants,  totals  for  cities, 
SMSA'S,  counties,  urban  &  rural,  etc.,  final  report  PC(1)  (series.) 
[Prepared  under  supervision  of  Howard  G.  Brunsman,  chief,  Popula- 
tion Division.  ]  C  3.223/5  :  960/  ( nos. ) 

2A.     Alabama.      [I960.]      vlil  +  20  p.  11.  4°     [Data  in  this  report  -will  be  reissued 
as  chapter  in  both  pts.  A  and  2  of  bound  edition  of  v.  1.]      *  Paper,  35c. 

•  Item  159-A-2 
3 A.     Alaska.     [I960.]     viii  +  11  p.  11.  4°     [Data  in  this  report  will  be  reissued 

as  chapter  In  both  pts.  A  and  3  of  bound  edition  of  v.  1.]      *  Paper,  25c. 

•  Item  159-A-3 
4 A.     Arizona.      [I960.]      vlil  +  11  p.  11.  4"      [Data  in  this  report  will  be  reissued 

as  chapter  in  both  pts.  A  and  4  of  bound  edition  of  v.  1.]      *  Paper,  25. 

•  Item  159-A-4 
9A.     Delaware.      [I960.]      vlil  +  11  p.  il.  40      [Data  In  this  report  will  be  reissued 

as  chapter  in  both  pts.  A  and  9  of  bound  edition  of  v.  1.]      •  Paper,  25c. 

•  Item  159-A-9 
21A.  Maine.     [I960.]     vlil4-16  p.  11.  4°     [Data  In  this  report  will  be  reissued 

as  chapter  In  both  pts.  A  and  21  of  bound  edition  of  v.  1.]      *  Paper,  30c. 

•  Item  159-A-21 
26A.  Mississippi.      [I960.]      viil  +  19   p.  11.  4"      [Data  in  this  report  will  be  re- 
issued as  chapter  in  both  pts.  A  and  26  of  bound  edition  of  v.  1.]      *  Paper, 
30c.      •  Item  159-A-26 

28A.  Montana.      [I960.]      viii+16  p.  11.  4°      [Data  in  this  report  will  be  reissued 
as  chapter  in  both  pts.  A  and  28  of  bound  edition  of  v.  1.]     *  Paper,  30c. 

•  Item  159-A-28 
31A.  New  Hampshire.      [I960.]      viii  +  12  p.  11.  4"      [Data  in  this  report  will  be 

reissued  as   chapter  in   both  pts.  A  and   31   of  bound  edition   of  v.   1.] 

•  Paper,  25c.      •  Item  159-A-31 
36A.  North  Dakota.      [I960.]      cover  title,  viii-}-23  p.  11.  4o      [Data  in  this  report 

will  be  reissued  as  chapter  in  both  pts.  A  and  36  of  bound  edition  of 
V.  1.]      *  Paper,  35c.      •  Item  159-A-36 
43A.   South   Dakota.      [I960.]      viii-|-24  p.   11.   4°      [Data  in  this  report  will  be 
reissued  as  chapter  in  both  pts.  A  and  43  of  bound   edition  of  v.    1.] 

•  Paper,  35c.      •  Item  159-A-44 
46A.  Utah.      [I960.]      viii  +  16  p.  11.  4"      [Data  in  this  report  will  be  reissued  as 

chapter  in  both  pts.  A  and  46  of  bound  edition  of  v.  1.]     *  Paper,  30c. 

•  Item  159-A-47 
52A.  Wyoming.      [I960.]      viii  +  12   p.    11.   4°      [Data   in   this   report  will  be   re- 
issued as  chapter  in  both  pts.  A  and  52  of  bound  edition  of  v.  1.]      •  Paper, 
25c.      •  Item  lo9-A-53 

54A.  Guam.      [I960.]      vii  +  4  p.  11.  4"      [Data  in  this  report  will  be  reissued  as 
chapter  in  both  pts.  A  and  54  of  bound  edition  of  v.  1.]      ♦  Paper,  25c. 

•  Item  159-A-54 
56A.  American  Samoa.      [I960.]      viii  +  8  p.  11.  4°      [Data  in  this  report  will  be 

reissued  in  both  pts.  A  and  56  of  bound  edition  of  v.  1.]      *  Paper,  25c. 

•  Item  159-A-54 
57A.  Canal  Zone.      [I960.]      vii  +  4  p.  11.  4°      [Data  in  this  report  will  be  reissued 

as  chapter  in  both  pts.  A  and  57  of  bound  edition  of  v.  1.]      *  Paper,  25c. 

•  Item  159-A-54 

CIVIL  AERONAUTICS  BOARD 

1828  Aircraft  accident  report:  Trans  World  Airlines  L-1649A,   U.S.   registry 

N-7313C  near  Milan,  Italy,  June  26,  1959 ;  Nov.  15,  1960.     Nov.  1960. 
62  p.  4°     (File  no.  1-004.5.)      [Processed.]     t  C  31.213 :  M  589 

1829  Looli  to  future  of  domestic  civil  aviation,  address  by  Alan  S.  Boyd,  member. 

Civil  Aeronautics  Board  before  14th  Air  Transportation  Institute,  Wash- 
ington, D.C.,  Nov.  18,  1960.     [I960.]     6  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t 

C  31.215 :  B  69/4 


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GOVBRNMBNT   PUBUOATIOWB 

CIVIL  AND  DEFENSE  MOBILIZATION  OFFICE, 

President  of  United  States 

1830  [National  plan  for  civil  defense  and  defense  mobilization]  ;   annex  13, 

Warning,  app.  1,  State  and  local  warning  operations  manual,  procedures 
for  warning  points.  Sept.  1960.  iv+36  p.  il.  4"  (National  [plan] 
appendix  series,  NP-13-1.)     [Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     t 

Pr  34.706 :  N  21/annex  13/app,l 

1831    annex  27,  Emergency  economic  stabilization.     [Nov.  I960.]     v+28  p. 

4°  [Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.  Includes  originally  planned  annex  29, 
Emergency  distribution  and  consumption  controls.]     t 

L.C.  card  58-62307  Pr  34.706 :  N  21/annex  27 

CIVIL  RIGHTS  COMMISSION 

1832  Hearings  before  Commission   on   Civil  Rights,  Jan.   25-28,   1960.     1960. 

v+[l]+902  p.  il.  4  pi.  11  maps     [Hearings  held  in  Los  Angeles,  and 

San  Francisco,  Calif.]     t     •  Item  288-A 

L.O.  card  61-60172  CR  1.8 :  H  35/960 

CIVIL  SERVICE  COMMISSION 

1833  Current  Federal  examination  announcements,  AN  2279,  issue  139;  Jan.- 

Feb.  1961.     [I960.]     [2]  p.  f  folded  into  narrow  8°  size.     •  Item  292 

CS  1.28 :  2279/139 

1834  Discontinuance  notice  for  announcement  no.  37  local,  fireman,  District  of 

Columbia  Fire  Department.  Jan.  2,  1961.  1  p.  oblong  48°  [Proc- 
essed,    t  CS  1.26/4 :  954/37/notice-2 

1835  Federal  careers  in  sixties,  directory  for  college  students.     [I960.]     vi-f  83 

p.  il.  4°     *  Paper,  60c.     •  Special  offer 

L.C.  card  61-60261  CS  1.7/4  :  C 18 

1836  Interagency  training  programs,  spring  1961,  Feb.-July.     [1961.]     v+95  p. 

([Office  of  Career  Development.])     t     •  Item  296-A 

L.C.  card  61-60371  CS  1.65  :  961 

1837  Local  and  regional  civil  service  examinations  offering  best  job  opportuni- 

ties, AN  2280  [issue  88],  Jan.-Feb.  1961.  [I960.]  2  p.  oblong  f°  folded 
into  narrow  8°  size,     t     •  Item  292  CS  1.28 :  2280/88 

1838  Opportunities  for  career  professional  positions  in  aero-space  technology 

$5,335  (GS-5)  to  $21,000  a  year  for  work  in  physical  sciences,  engineer- 
ing, mathematics,  at  NASA  National  Aeronautics  and  Space  Administra- 
tion research  centers  and  space  flight  centers  throughout  Nation,  an- 
nouncement 252B,  pt,  A.  Dec.  6,  1960.  cover  title,  20  p.  4°  [Text  on 
p.  2  of  cover.    No  closing  date.]     t     •  Item  292 

CS  1.26 :  960/252  B/pt.A 

1839  Opportunities  for  career  professional  positions  in  aero-space  technology, 

$5,335  to  $21,000  a  year  for  work  in  research,  development,  design, 
operations,  administration,  at  NASA  National  Aeronautics  and  Space 
Administration  research  centers  and  space  flight  centers  throughout 
the  Nation,  announcement  252B.  Dec.  6,  1960.  [4]  p.  4°  [No  closing 
date.]     t  CS  1.26 :  960/252  B 

1840  Opportunities  for  career  professional  positions  in  aero-space  technology 

$6,435  (GS-9)  to  $21,000  a  year,  for  work  in  life  sciences  and  systems 
at  NASA  National  Aeronautics  and  Space  Administration  research  and 
flight  centers  throughout  Nation,  announcement  252B,  pt.  B.  Dec.  6, 
1960.  cover  title,  12  p.  4°  [Text  on  p.  2  of  cover.  No  closing  date.] 
t     •  Item  292  CS  1.26 :  960/252  B/pt.B 

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1841  Opportunities  for  engineers,  physicists,  metallurgists  with  Federal  Gov- 

ernment at  Huntsville,  Ala.,  Cape  Canaveral,  Fla.,  at  salaries  of  $5,335 
to  $13,730  [announcement  5-163-5].  [Nov.  22,  I960.]  [2] +24  p.  11. 
([Board  of  U.S.  Civil  Service  Examiners,  George  C.  Marshall  Space 
Flight  Center,  Huntsville,  Ala.] )     [No  closing  date.]     t 

CS  1.26/4 :  960/5-163-5 

Pamphlet.     •  Item  299 

1842  4.  Working  for  U.S.A.,  applying  for  civil  service  job,  what  Government  expects 

of  Federal  workers.     Aug.   1960.     23  p.   11.  narrow  12°     •  Paper,   15c. 
L.C.  card  49^5939  CS  1.48  :  4/10 

1843  Sample  questions  for  4th-class  postmaster  and  rural  carrier  examinations, 

AN  3613;  Oct.  1960.     [I960.]     4  p.     t     •  Item  292  CS  1.28: 3613 

COAST  AND  GEODETIC  SURVEY,  Commerce  Dept. 

Technical  bulletin.     •  Item  192-A 

1844  13.  Singular  geodetic  survey;  [by]  Lansing  G.  Simmons.     Sept.  1960.     [2] +14 

p.  11.  4°     *  Paper,  15c. 

L.C.  card  61-60311  C  4.41/2 :  13 

COAST  GUARD,  Treasury  Dept. 

1845  Boarding   officers'    training   guide    [with    bibliography].     [I960.]     cover 

title,  vii  p.+  [81]  leaves,  4°     [Issued  in  loose-leaf  form.]     t     •  Item 

934-A 

L.C.  card  61-60296  T  47.8/3  :  B  63/3 

1846  Manual  for  lifeboatmen,  able  seamen,  and  qualified  members  of  engine 

department:  Sept.  1,  1960.     1960.    iv+132  p.  il.  small  4°     (CG  175.) 

t     •  Item  934-A 

L.C.  card  37-26013  T  47.8/3  :  L  62 

1S47     Methods  of  artificial  respiration.     Sept.   1960.     v+17  p.  il.     (CG  139.) 
[Supersedes  CG-139,  July  1952  and  Commandant's  instruction   9-59, 
Apr.  13, 1959.]     *  Paper,  15c.     •  Item  934-A 
L.C.  card  52-61800  T  47.8/3  :  Ar  7 

1848  Rules  and  regulations  for  licensing  and  certificating  of  merchant  marine 

personnel;  Nov.  1,  1960.     1960.     viii+63  p.  4°     (CG  191.)      [Title  46, 
Code  of  Federal  Regulations  pts.  10,  12,  14,  15,  and  16.     Replaces  edi- 
tion of  May  1, 1959.]     t     •  Item  943 
L.C.  card  45-36696  T  47.8 :  M  53/960 

COMMAND  AND  GENERAL  STAFF  COLLEGE,  Fort  Leavenworth, 
(Army),  Defense  Dept. 

1849  Keeping  pace  with  future,  audio-visual  aids  effective  weapons  on  educa- 

tional battlefield;  [by  W.  C.  Washcoe].  [Mar.  1,  I960.]  [18]  p.  il.  4° 
[Processed.     Reprined  from  Military  review,  Aug.  1959.]     t 

D  110.7/a  :  Au  25 

C0M:MERCE  DEPARTMENT 

1850  New  challenges  to  American  business,  text  of  address  by  Secretary  of 

Commerce  Frederick  H.  Mueller,  prepared  for  delivery  at  14th  annual 
conference  of  bank  correspondents,  sponsored  by  First  National  Bank  of 
Chicago,  Chicago,  111.,  Nov.  28,  1960.     [I960.]     8  p.  4°     [Processed.]     t 

C  1.18 :  M  88/49 

1851  Politics  and  economics  in  transport  policy  making,  address  of  John  J. 

Allen,  jr..  Under  Secretary  of  Commerce  for  transportation,  before  dinner 
meeting  of  National  Transport  Policy  Conference,  George  Washington 
University,  [Washington,  D.C.],  Dec.  8,  1960.  [I960.]  7  p.  4°  [Proc- 
essed.]    t  C  1.18 :  Al  5/35 

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1852  Supplement  to  National  banking  laws  and  related  statutes,  Dec.  31,  1960. 

[I960.]     [l]+9p.     t     •Item947-A 

L.C.  card  60-60395  T  12.6 :  959-2/supp. 

CONGRESS 

NOTB. — All  reports,  appropriation  bills,  etc.,  recorded  under  Congress  and  both 
houses  of  Congress  are  for  the  fiscal  year  unless  otherwise  noted. 

Congressional  serial  set 

Note. — At  the  end  of  each  session  of  Congress  the  House  and  Senate  documents 
and  reports  are  accumulated  into  bound  volumes  comprising  the  Congressional 
serial  set.  No  catalog  entry  is  made  for  the  volumes  of  the  Serial  set  since  the 
documents  and  reports  contained  therein  have  been  previously  listed  in  the  Monthly 
catalog. 

The  following  bound  volumes  were  sent  to  depository  libraries  during  the  period 
of  this  catalog : 

1853  Senate  documents : 

no.  119,  86th  Congress,  2d  session.  Appropriations,  budget  estimates,  etc.     •  Item 

995-E 
no.  130,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  Prayers  by  Rev.  Frederick  Brown  Harris. 

•  Item  995-G 

ATOMIC  ENERGY  JOINT  COMMITTEE 

1854  Fallout  from  nuclear  weapons  tests,  index  to  hearings  before  special  sub- 

committee on  radiation,  86th  Congress,  1st  session.    •  Item  999 

L.C.  card  60-60204  Y  4.At  7/2 :  Fl  9/3/V.4 

V.  4.  May  5-8, 1959.    1960.    11+2619-93  p.    •  Paper,  25c. 

DEFENSE  PRODUCTION  JOINT  COMMITTEE 

1855  10th  annual  report  of  activities  of  Joint  Committee  on  Defense  Production, 

with  material  on  mobilization  from  departments  and  agencies.     1960. 
v+357  p.  il.  1  tab.     (Joint  committee  print,  86th  Congress,  2d  session.) 
[Also  issued  as  Senate  report  1,  87th  Cong.,  1st  sess;,  and  sent  to  deposi- 
tories in  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  1894.] .     t 
L.C.  card  51-61652  Y  4.D  36 :  R  29/960 

ECONOMIC  JOINT  COMMITTEE 

1856  Economic  policies  for  agriculture  in  1960's,  implications  of  4  selected  alter- 

natives,   materials   prepared    for   Joint   Economic    Committee.      1960. 
viii+82  p.   il.      (Joint  committee  print,   86th  Congress,   2d   session.) 
*  Paper,  2oc. 
L.C.  card  61-60259  Y  4.Ec  7  :  Ag  8/4 

1857  Employment,  growth,  and  price  levels,  index  to  hearings,  with  tables  of 

contents  of  study  papers  and  staff  report ;  [prepared  by  Viola  Ure,  with 

assistance  of  Mona  Salyer],  Dec.  30,  1960.     1961.     vii+94  p.      (Joint 

Committee  print,  86th  Congress,  2d  session. )      *  Paper,  30c.     •  Item 

1000 

L.C.  card  61-60390  Y  4.Ec  7  :  Em  7/3/ind. 

1858  Energy  resources  and  Government,  materials  submitted  to  subcommittee 

on  automation  and  energy  resources  by  Federal  and  State  regulatory 
and  developmental  agencies.     1960.     vi+603  p.  il.      (Joint  committee 
print,  86th  Congress,  2d  session.)    *  Paper,  $2.00. 
L.C.  card  61-60266  Y  4.Ec  7 :  En  2/2 

1859  I960  supplement  to  Economic  indicators,  historical  and  descriptive  back- 

ground ;  prepared  by  committee  staff  and  OflSce  of  Statistical  Standards, 
Bureau  of  Budget.     1960.     viii+112  p.  il.  4°     (Joint  committee  print, 
86th  Congress,  2d  session.)    *  Paper,  60c.    •  Item  997 
L.C.  card  48-46615  Y  4.Bc  7 :  Ec  7/960/supp. 

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tOflScial  Use.    Not  Available 

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February  1961 

HOUSE  OF  REPRESENTATIVES 

1860  Home  owners'  loan  acts  and  housing  acts  [July  22,  1932- July  14,  1960]  ; 

compiled  by  Oilman  G.  Udell,  superintendent,  Document  Room,  House 
of  Representatives.     1960.    x+764  p.     *  Paper,  $2.25.     •  Item  998 
L.C.  card  47-46326  Y  1.2 :  H  75/3/960 

1861  Laws  relating  to  civil  service  salary  classification,  civil  service  preference, 

etc.    [Aug.  23,  1912-Sept  13,  1960]  ;  compiled  by  Oilman  Udell,  superin- 
tendent.  Document  Room,   House  of  Representatives.     1960,     xxiv+ 
999  p.     [Title  on  cover  is:   Civil  service  preference,  retirement,  and 
salary  classification  laws]     ♦  Paper,  $3.00.     •  Item  998 
L.C.  card  46-27648  Y  1.2 :  Sa  3/2/960 

1862  Laws  relating  to  shipping  and  merchant  marine  [Sept.  7,  1916-Sept.  2, 

1960]  ;  compiled  by  Oilman  0.  Udell,  superintendent.  Document  Room, 
House  of  Representatives.  1960.  xxiv+885  p.  *  Paper,  $2.75.  •  Item 
998 

L.C.  card  35-26987  Y  1.2  :  Sh  6/960 

House  bills 

Note. — The  following  list  includes  all  public  bills  and  resolutions  Introduced 
during  the  period  of  this  catalog.     Amendments  are  not  listed. 

For  information  concerning  bills,  see  (1)  House  calendar,  (2)  Congressional 
record  Index,  or  (3)  Digest  of  public  general  bills,  prepared  by  the  Legislative 
Reference  Service,  Library  of  Congress. 

Depository  libraries  should  consult  the  depository  shipping  lists  for  a  complete 
list  of  the  bills  and  resolutions  sent  to  them  by  the  Superintendent  of  Documents. 

1863  H.R.  1-6,  8-50,  61-104,  106-144,  146-171,  173,   175-235,  237-272,  274-277, 

279-305,  307-308,  310-349,  851-365,  367-394,  396-^21,  423,  425-430,  432- 
439,  441-443,  445-446,  448-523,  528-545,  547-556,  558-585,  587-601, 
603-605,  608-645,  647-653,  655,  657,  659-662,  664-683,  685-686,  688-692, 
694-696,  698-709,  712-713,  715-716,  718,  720-722,  724,  726-729,  732-742, 
744_749,  751-756,  758-765,  767-768,  770-774,  776,  778,  780,  784-790, 
792-796,  798-800,  802-809,  811-813,  815-825,  827-843,  845-848,  850-852, 
855,  857-873,  875-881,  883-885,  887-888,  891,  893-904,  906-908,  910- 
911,  913-915,  917-921,  923-933,  936-939,  941-944,  946-954,  956-961, 
963-979,  981,  983-999,  1001-12,  1014-22,  1024,  1026-32,  1034-37,  1039-40, 
1042-45,  1047-55,  1059-62,  1064-65,  1068-69,  1071-74,  1076-82,  1085, 
1088-95,  1097-1105,  1107-11,  1113-14,  1116,  1118-24,  1127-28,  1130, 
1132-35,  1138-41,  1143-49,  1151-63,  1166-79,  1181-85,  1187-96,  1198- 
99,  1201,  1203-09,  1211-19,  1221-28,  1230-34,  1236-43,  1245^9,  1251- 
60,  1262-63,  1265-^6,  1268,  1270-76,  1278-79,  1281-85,  1341,  1723-24, 
1726-32,  1734-43,  1745-50,  1752-53,  1755-58,  1760-61,  1764-66,  1768-75, 
1777-80,  1782-85,  1787-1804,  1806-08,  1811-12,  1814-19,  1821-23,  1828-32, 
1835,  1837-43,  1845-55,  1921-30,  1932-48,  1951-56,  1958-60,  1963-65, 
1967,  1971-76,  1978,  1981-86,  1988-91,  1993,  1996-98,  2000-01,  2003-06, 
2008-11,  2014-18,  2020-25,  2028,  2031,  2034,  2036,  2038,  2040,  2043-45, 
2048-50,  2052-56,  2058-69,  2071-73,  2075-82,  2085,  2200-05,  2210-16, 
2218-23,  2226-27,  2229-35,  2237,  2239-40,  2242-^4,  2246,  224-52,  2254-60, 
2262-64,  2266,  2268-71,  2274-77,  2280-83,  2286,  2288,  2290-97,  2299, 
2300-10,  2312-26,  2328-29,  2379,  2381-82,  2384-90,  2394-96,  2399,  2400-01, 
2405,  2410-13,  2415-17,  2419,  2421,  2423-31,  2438,  2466-71,  2473-74, 
2479,  2481-82,  2484,  2487-91,  2494,  2496-99,  2500-04,  2507-08,  2512, 
2514-18,  2522,  2523,  2525,  2527,  2529-31,  2533-36,  2539-^4,  2546,  2549, 
2551-55,  2558,  2560-64,  2567-68,  2570,  2573-79,  2583-85,  2587-89,  2597, 
2691,  2693,  2695,  2697-2701,  2705,  2707,  2709-11,  2714-15,  2719,  2722,  2724, 
2727-30,  2732,  2734-35,  2737,  2740-42,  2745-46,  2749-50,  2752-56,  2760-61, 
2763,  2766-67,  2769,  2773,  2777-80,  2782,  2784-86,  2790-92,  2794,  2796, 
2798-2800,  H.J.  Res.  1-24,  26-47,  49-53,  55-64,  66-72,  74-79,  81-85, 
87-89,  91-93,  95-96,  98-103,  107-115,  117-122,  124-127,  129-132,  134,  136- 
40,  142-48,  H.  Con.  Res.  1-27,  35-37,  42-45,  51-53,  55,  59,  61,  64,  67,  78-84, 
H.  Res.  1-90,  92-93,  95-112.     87th  Congress.     •  Item  1006. 

Note. — As  far  as  content  is  concerned  H.R.  7  is  identical  with  H.R.  6,  H.R.  51 
to  H.R.   60  are  identical  with   H.R.  50,  H.R.  428  Is  identical  with   H.R.   607, 

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Government  Publications 

H.R.  1931  and  1994  are  Identical  with  H.R.  5,  H.R.  1987  is  Identical  with 
H.R.  1724,  H.R.  2031  1b  Identical  with  H.R.  2030,  H.R.  2207  to  2209  are  iden- 
tical with  H.R.  2206,  H.R.  2247  and  2265  are  identical  with  H.R.  1931,  H.R. 
2272,  is  identical  with  H.R.  1724,  H.R.  2391  Is  Identical  with  H.R.  2289,  H.R. 
2472,  2486,  2495.  2528,  2547  and  2550  are  Identical  with  H.R.  5,  H.R.  2590  to 
H.R.  2596  are  identical  with  H.R.  943,  H.R.  2702,  2717,  and  2725  are  Identical 
with  H.R.  5,  H.R.  2723  and  2801  are  Identical  with  H.R.  10,  H.R.  2726  is 
Identical  with  H.R.  12,  H.R.  2744  Is  Identical  with  H.R.  262.  Therefore  by 
order  of  the  Joint  Committee  on  Printing  copies  of  H.R.  7,  51  to  60,  607,  1931, 
1994,  1987,  2031,  2207  to  2209,  2247,  2265,  2272,  2391,  2472,  2486,  2495, 
2528,  2547,  2550,  2590  to  2596,  2702,  2717,  2725,  2723,  2801,  2726  and  2744 
will  not  be  printed  for  distribution  to  depository  libraries. 

House  documents 

House  documents,  86th  Congress. 

Note. — All  House  documents,   entries  for  which  are  followed  by  a   t.  niay  be 
obtained  from  the  House  Document  Room  or  from  the  issuing  ofBce. 

1864  249  tpt.  2].  Annual    report   of    Board    of   Regents   of    Smithsonian    Institution, 

showing  operations,  expenditures,  and  condition  of  Institution  for  year 
ended  June  30,  1959.  1960.  x  +  693+t2]  p.  11.,  93  pi.  2  maps.  [In- 
cludes general  appendix  with  bibliography.  One  plate  Is  colored.] 
•  (Available  in  departmental  edition.  Cloth,  $3.75,  SI  1.1 :  959,  and  sent 
to  depositories  In  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  2706.) 

House  documents,  87th  Congress. 

1865  2.     Postmaster  General  reports  on   services  of  Post  Office  Department   during 

fiscal  year  1960.  [I960.]  vill4-190  p.  11.  [Title  on  cover  Is:  Annual 
report  1960  of  Postmaster  General.]  •  (Available  In  departmental  edition, 
65c.,  P  1.1 :  960,  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.  See  Entry  no. 
2647.) 

1866  15,  pt.  1.  Budget  of  United  States  Government,  fiscal  year  1962.     1961.     M964- 

1040  p.  11.  4°  [Edge  index  and  how  to  use  on  p.  4  of  cover.]  *  (Avail- 
able in  departmental  edition,  $6.00,  Pr.  Ex  2.8 :  962,  and  sent  to 
depositories  in  that  form.    See  Entry  no.  1731). 

1867  15,  pt.2.  Budget   of   United    States   Government,    fiscal   year   1962,    District   of 

Columbia.  1961.  liH-70  p.  4»  •  (Available  in  departmental  edition, 
45c.,  Pr  Ex  2.8/4 :  962,  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.  See  Entry 
no.  1733.) 

1868  16.  Appendix  to  Budget  of  United  States  Government,  fiscal  year  1962,  detail 

of  personal  services  and  passenger  motor  vehicles  and  aircraft.  1961. 
v  +  198  p.  4»  •(Available  in  departmental  edition,  $1.00,  Pr  Ex  2.8: 
962/app.,  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  1732.) 

1869  17.  40th  annual  report  of  Federal  Power  Commission,  fiscal  year  1960.     1961. 

v-f-105  p.  11.  ([FPC  A-63.])  *  (Available  in  departmental  edition,  35c., 
FP  1.1 :  960,  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  1973.) 

1870  19.  26th  annual  report  of  Securities  and  Exchange  Commission,  fiscal  year  1960. 

1960.  xvll  +  288  p.  11.  1  tab.  •  (Available  in  departmental  edition,  $1.00, 
SE  1.1 :  960,  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  2699.) 

1871  22,  pt.  1.  Minerals  yearbook,   1959  :  v.  1,  Metals  and  minerals   (except  fuels)  ; 

prepared  by  staflf,  Division  of  Minerals.  [I960.]  vlil  +  1271  p.  11. 
*  (Available  in  departmental  edition,  $4.50,  I  28.37 :  959/v.l,  and  sent  to 
depositories  in  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  2507.) 

1872  22,  pt.2.  Minerals  yearbook,  1959:  v.   2,  Fuels;   prepared  by  staff  of  Division 

of  Petroleum,  Division  of  Bituminous  Coal,  Division  of  Anthracite.  [I960.] 
vil  +  483  p.  11.  •  (Available  in  departmental  edition,  cloth,  $2.50, 
I  28.37 :  959-V.2,  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.  See  Entry  no. 
2508.) 

1873  22,  V.  3.  Minerals  yearbook,  1959 :  v.  3,  Area  reports ;  prepared  by  staff  of  Divi- 

sion of  Minerals.  [I960.]  vlil  +  1134  p.  11.  •(Available  in  departmental 
edition,  $4.00,  I  28.37  :959/v.  3,  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form. 
See  Entry  no.  2509.) 

1874  28.  Economic  report  of  the  President  transmitted  to  Congress  Jan.   18,  1961. 

1961.  xi-f-214  p.  11.  [Prepared  with  assistance  of  Council  of  Economic 
Advisers.]  *  (Available  in  departmental  edition,  $1.00,  Pr  34.10:961, 
and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  2652.) 

1875  33,  pt.  10.  Occupational  wage  survey  :  St.  Louis,  Mo.-Ill.,  Oct.  1960  ;   [prepared 

by  Woodrow  C.  Linn].  Nov.  1960.  111  +  26  p.  11.  oblong  8»  (Bureau  of 
Labor  Statistics.  Bulletin  1285-10.)  •(Available  in  departmental  edi- 
tion, 25c.,  L  2.3:1285-10,  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.  See 
Entry  no.  2462.) 

1876  33,  pt.  11.  Occupational  wage  survey  :  Cleveland,  Ohio,  Sept.  1960  ;  [prepared  by 

Woodrow  C.  Linn].  Nov.  1960.  ill +  28  p.  oblong  8"  (Bureau  of  Labor 
Statistics.  Bulletin  1285-11.)  *  (Available  in  departmental  edition,  25c., 
L  2.3  :  1285-11,  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.    See  Entry  no.  2463.) 

1877  33,  pt.  14.  Occupational  wage  survey  :  Chattanooga,  Tenn.-Ga.,  Sept.  1960 ;  [pre- 

pared by  Donald  M.  Cruse].  Dee.  1960.  111  +  22  p.  oblong  8°  (Labor 
Statistics  Bureau.  Bulletin  1285-14.)  •(Available  in  departmental  edi- 
tion, 25c.,  and  sent  to  depositories  in  that  form.     See  Entry  no.  2464.) 

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February  1961 

1878  36.  Impact  of  automation,  collection  of  20  articles  about  technological  change, 

from  Monthly  labor  review.  Nov.  1960.  [l]+iii  +  114  p.  11.  4°  (Labor 
Statistics  Bureau.  Bulletin  1287.)  [List  of  Other  BLS  publications  on 
automation  and  productivity  on  p.  2  of  cover.]  •(Available  In  depart- 
mental edition,  60c.,  L  2.3  :1287,  and  sent  to  depositories  In  that  form. 
See  Entry  no.  2465.) 

1879  48.  Activities  of  Corregidor-Bataan  Memorial  Commission,  report  for  fiscal  year 

1960  ;  Jan.  12,  1961.     1961.     lii  +  1  p.     t      •  Item  996 
L.C.  card  59-60660 

House  reports 

Note. — For  titles  of  bills  which  these  reports  accompany,  see  Congressional  record 
index. 

House  reports  on  public  bills,  86th  Congress,     t  House  Document  Room, 
Capitol.     •  Item  1008-A 

1880  2237.  Committee  on  Un-American  Activities,  annual  report  for  [calendar]  year 

1960  ;  Jan.  2, 1961.    1961.    vU+137+ix  p. 
L.C.  card  46-26390 

Armed  Services  Committee,  House 

1881  Hearings  on  sundry  legislation  affecting  naval  and  military  establish- 

ments, 1960,  86th  Congress,  2d  session  [title  page,  contents  and  index]. 

1960.     xvi  p.     t     •  Item  1012 

L.C.  card  48-47245  Y  4.Ar  5/2a  :  959-60/37-75/t.p.&  ind. 

[Papers],  86th  Congress,     t     •  Item  1012         Y  4. Ar  5/2a  :  959-60/ (nos.) 

1882  74.  Report    of   special   subcommittee   on   development   and   procurement    of   new 

combat   and    tactical   vehicles   by   Department    of   Army ;    Nov.    16,    1960. 
1960.     11  +  6703-37  p. 
L.C.  card  60-64764 

1883  75.  Hearings  of  special  subcommittee  on  development  and  procurement  of  new 

combat  and  tactical  vehicles  by  Department  of  Army  ;  June  2-Sept.  27,  1960. 
ii  + 6739-7788  p. 

Government  Operations  Committee,  House 

1884  Electric  power  contract  for  Yellowstone  National  Parlj,  hearings  before 

subcommittee,  86th  Congress,  1st  session,  Oct.  5,  1959.     1960.     iv-{-112  p. 

t     •  Item  1016 

L.C.  card  61-60192  Y  4.G  74/7 :  El  2/3 

1885  Irregularities  of  General  Services  Administration  in  region  6,  Kansas  City, 

Mo.,  hearings  before  subcommittee,  86th  Congress,  2d  session.  Mar.  25 

and  26, 1960.     1960.     ix+419  p.  il.     t     •  Item  1016 

L.C.  card  61-60191  Y  4.G  74/7 :  G  28s 

House  Administration  Committee,  House 

1886  Federal  elections  act  of  1960,  hearing  before  subcommittee  on  elections, 

86th  Congress,  2d  session,  on  S.  2436  [and  other  bills],  Aug.  25,  1960. 

1960.     iii-f  39  p.     t     •  Item  1018 

L.C.  card  61-60165  Y  4.H  81/3 :  El  2 

Interstate  and  Foreign  Commerce  Committee,  House 

1887  Ex  parte  communications  and  other  problems   (Federal  Power  Commis- 

sion), hearings  before  subcommittee,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  on  ex 
parte  commimications,  suspensions,  refunds,  and  negotiated  settlements 
in  pipeline  rate  cases,  and  charges  for  outside  professional  services, 
May  10-24, 1960.    1960.    iv+777  p.    t    •  Item  1019    Y  4.1n  8/4  :  C  73/18 

1887A  Investigation  of  ICC's  administration  of  Motor  carrier  act,  hearing  before 
subcommittee,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  Aug.  30,  1960.    1960.    iii-1-14  p. 
t    •  Item  1019 
L.C.  card  61-60164  Y  4.1n  8/4 :  M  85/11 

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Government  Publications 

Merchant  Marine  and  Fisheries  Committee,  House 

1888  Merchant  marine  legislation,  hearings  before  subcommittee  on  merchant 

marine,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  on  S.  2185  [and  other  bills],  Feb.  3- 

June22,  1960.    1960.    iv+190  p.    f    •  Item  1021 

L.C.  card  60-64698  Y  4.M  53 :  L  52/2/960 

Un-American  Activities  Committee,  House 

Facts  on  communism,  86th  Congress,  2d  session.    •  Item  1026 
L.C.  card  60-60467 

1889  V.  2.  Soviet  Union,  from  Lenin  to  Khrushchev   [with  bibliography,  compiled  by 

David  J.   Dallin]  ;    Dec.   1960.     1960.     iv+367+xix   p.      •  Paper,   $1.25. 

Y  4.Un  1/2  :  C  73/108/v.2 

SENATE 

1890  Journal  of  Senate,  2d  session  of  86th  Congress,  Jan.  6-[Sept.  1],  1960. 

1960.    [1] +854  p.  4°    t    •Item  1047 

L.C.  card  9-23902  XJS  :  8&-2 

Senate  bills 

Note. — The  following  list  Includes  all  public  bills  and  resolutions  introduced 
during  the  period  of  this  catalog.    Amendments  are  not  listed. 

For  information  concerning  bills,  see  (1)  Senate  calendar,  (2)  Congressional 
record  index,  or  (3)  Digest  of  public  general  bills  prepared  by  the  Legislative  Refer- 
ence Service,  Library  of  Congress. 

Depository  libraries  should  consult  the  depository  shipping  lists  for  a  complete 
list  of  the  bills  and  resolutions  sent  to  them  by  the  Superintendent  of  Documents. 

1891  S.  1-6,  8,  11-12,  14-18,  20,  22-25,  27,  33-41,  45-i8,  50,  52-57,  59-65,  69,  72- 

81,  86-87,  92-94,  96-100,  104-108,  110,  112-117,  119-123,  133,  144-147,  150, 
153,  157-158,  161-163,  166-168,  174^175,  179-182,  187-189,  192,  196,  198- 
205,  209-210,  214,  226-227,  230,  243-244,  248,  250-251,  254,  256-258,  261, 
278,  282-283,  286-287,  291,  293,  299,  302,  306-308,  319,  322-326,  33&-337, 
33&-341,  344-348,  350,  354-367,  374-376,  380-383,  385,  387,  389-392,  394, 
396-398,  401,  403-406,  408-410,  413,  430,  S.J.  Res  1-3,  6-9,  11,  14-22,  24- 
27,  29-31,  S.  Con.  Res.  2-3,  5,  S.  Res.  1-32,  34^-41.  87th  Congress. 
•  Item  1006. 

Senate  documents 

Note. — All  Senate  documents,  entries  for  which  are  followed  by  a  t,  may  be 
obtained  from  Senate  Document  Room  or  from  the  issuing  office. 

Senate  documents,  86th  Congress. 

1892  119.  Appropriations,  budget  estimates,  etc.,  statements  [for]   86th  Congress,  2d 

session,  .Jan.  6-Sept.  1,  1960,  showing  appropriations  made,  etc.  1960. 
[2] +771  p.  large  8°  t  (Sent  to  depository  libraries  in  Serial  set  binding.) 
L.C.  card  7-1777 

1893  130.  Prayers  offered  by  chaplain  Frederick  Brown  Harris,  at  opening  of  dally 

sessions   of   Senate  during   85th   and   86th   Congresses,   1957-60.     1960. 
viii+228  p.  1  por.  12°    t 
L.C.  card  41-51390 

Senate  reports 

Note. — For  titles  of  bills  which  these  reports  accompany,  see  Congressional  rec- 
ord Index. 

Senate  reports  on  public  bills,  87th  Congress,    f  Senate  Document  Room, 
Capitol.    •  Item  100&-A 

1894  1.  10th  annual  report  of  activities  of  Joint  Committee  on  Defense  Production, 

with  material  on  mobilization  from  departments  and  agencies.    1961,      vii+ 
357  p.  il  1  tab.    [Also  issued  as  Committee  print.]     t 
L.C.  card  51-61652 

Aeronautical  and  Space  Sciences  Committee,  Senate 

1895  Policy  planning  for  space  telecommunications,  staff  report ;  Dec.  4,  1960. 

1960.      vi+207    p.       (Committee    print,    86th    Congress,    2d    session.) 

L.C.  card  61-60210  T4.Ae  8 :  T  23 

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Armed  Services  Committee,  Senate 

1896  Investigation  of  preparedness  program,  report  of  preparedness  investigat- 

ing subcommittee  under  authority  of  S.  Res.  261   (86th  Congress,  2d 
session),  B-70  program.     1960.     v-|-53  p.  iL     (Committee  print  [86th 
Congress,  2d  session  ] . )    $ 
L.C.  card  50-61319  Y  4.Ar  5/3 :  P  91/5 

Government  Operations  Committee,  Senate 

1897  Radiation  research  in  life  sciences,  current  projects  in  United  States  and 

throughout  world,  information  on  magnitude,  organization,  and  distri- 
bution of  programs,  prepared  for  Committee  on  Government  Operations 
and  its  subcommittee  on  reorganization  and  international  organizations 
(pursuant  to  S.  Res.  347,  85th  Congress,  and  S.  Res.  42  and  255,  86th 
Congress)  :  Nov.  28,  1960.  1960.  iii-|-175  p.  il.  (Committee  print,  86th 
Congress,  2d  session. )  *  Paper,  55c. 
L.C.  card  61-60328  Y  4.G  74/6 :  R  11 

interior  and  Insular  Affairs  Committee,  Senate 

1898  Nomination  of  Joseph  Flores  to  be  Governor  of  Guam,  hearing,  86th  Con- 

gress, 2d  session,  June  21,  1960.    1961.    ii-f  6  p.    t     •  Item  1040 

L.C.  card  61-60289  Y  4.1n  8/13 :  F  66 

1899  Proposed  amendments  to  1958  Navajo-U.S.  land  exchange  act,  hearing  be- 

fore  subcommittee  on   Indian   affairs,  86th   Congress,  2d  session,   on 

S.  2156,  June  22,  1960.    1960.    iii-f  60  p.    t     •  Item  1040 

L.C.  card  61-60104  Y  4.1n  8/13 :  N  22/5 

Interstate  and  Foreign  Commerce  Committee,  Senate 

1900  Coordination  of  wildlife,  fish  and  game  conservation,  and  rehabilitation 

in  military  reservations,  hearing,  before  merchant  marine  and  fisheries 
subcommittee,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  on  H.R.  2565,  May  19,  1960. 
1960.    iv-l-61  p.    t    •  Item  1041 
L.C.  card  61-60103  Y  4.1n  8/3 :  W  64/5 

1901  Decline  of  coastwise  and  intercoastal  shipping  industry,  hearings  before 

merchant  marine  and  fisheries  subcommittee,  86th  Congress,  2d  session, 

Feb.  17- June  21,  1960.     1960.     v+759  p.  il.     f      •  Item  1041 

L.C.  card  60-64777  Y  4.1n  8/3 :  Sh  6/14 

1902  Extend  life  of  certain  vessels,  hearing  before  merchant  marine  and  fisher- 

ies subcommittee,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  on  S.  2998,  Apr.  12,  1960. 

1960.    iii+49  p.    t    •  Item  1041 

L.C.  card  61-60166  Y  4.1n  8/3  :  V  63/10 

1903  Inspection  of  certain  small  vessels  carrying  freight,  hearing  before  mer- 

chant marine  and  fisheries  subcommittee,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  on 

S.  2669,  Feb.  16, 1960.    1960.    iv+57  p.    t    •  Item  1041 

L.C.  card  61-60167  Y  4.1n  8/3  :  V  63/9 

1904  [This  entry  number  not  used.] 

1905  Motor  vehicle  safety,  hearing  before  surface  transportation  subcommit- 

tee, 86th  Congress,  2d  session,  on  H.R.  1341,  June  22,  1960.    1960.    iii-|- 

24  p.    t    •  Item  1041 

L.C.  card  61-60105  Y  4.1n  8/3 :  M  85/10 

1906  National  Capital  Airports  Corporation  act  of  1959,  hearings  before  avia- 

tion subcommittee,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  on  S.  2560,  Apr.  5  and  6, 

1960.    1960.    iii-|-106p.    f    •Item  1041 

L.C.  card  61-60107  Y  4.1n  8/3 :  Ai  7/27 

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Government  Publications 

Judiciary  Committee,  Senate 

1907  Communist  threat  to  United  States  through  Caribbean,  hearings  before 

subcommittee  to  investigate  administration  of  Internal  security  act  and 
other  internal  security  laws,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  t  •  Item  1042 
L.C.  card  59-61823  Y  4.  J  89/2 :  O  73/27/pt.lO 

pt.  10.  Testimony  of  William  D.  Pawley,  Sept.  2  and  8,  1960.     1960.     iil+711- 
769  p. 

1908  Copyright  law  revision,  studies  prepared  for  subcommittee  on  patents, 

trademarks,   and  copyrights,  86th   Congress,   2d  session,   pursuant  to 
S.  Res.  240;  studies  14-16.    1960.    vii+135  p.     (Committee  print,  86th 
Congress,  2d  session. )    *  Paper,  35c.    •  Item  1042 
L.C.  card  60-60692  Y  4.  J  89/2 :  C  79/no.l4-16 

Includes :  14,  Fair  use  of  copyrighted  works — 15,  Photodupllcatlon  of  copyrighted 
materials  by  libraries — 16,  Limitations  on  performing  rights. 

1909    studies  17-19.     1960.     x+[l]+135  p.     (Committee  print,  86th  Con- 
gress, 2d  session. )    *  Paper,  40c.    •  Item  1042 

L.C.  card  60-60692  Y  4.  J  89/2 :  C  79/no.l7-19 

Includes :  17,  Registration  of  copyright — 18,  Authority  of  Register  of  Copyrights 
to  reject  applications  for  registration — 19,  Recordation  of  copyright  assign- 
ments and  licenses. 

1910    studies  20-21.     1960.     xi-f81  p.     (Committee  print,  86th  Congress, 

2d  session.)    *  Paper,  25c. 

L.C.    card    60-60692  Y  4.  J  89/2 :  C  79/no.20,  21 

Includes :  20,  Deposit  of  copyrighted  works — 21,  Catalog  of  copyright  entries. 

1911    studies  22-25.     1960.     xi+169  p.     (Committee  print,  86th  Congress, 

2d  session. )    *  Paper,  45c.    •  Item  1042 

L.C.  card  60-60692  Y  4.  J  89/2 :  C  79/no.22-25 

Includes :  22,  Damage  provisions  of  copyright  law — 23,  Operation  of  damage 
provisions  of  Copyright  law,  exploratory  study — 24,  Remedies  other  than  dam- 
ages for  copyright  infringement — 25,  Liability  of  innocent  Infringers  of  copy- 
rights. 

1912  Court  decisions  as  guides  to  Patent   OflSce,  study  of  subcommittee  on 

patents,  trademarlis,  and  copyrights,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  pur- 
suant to  S.  Res.  240,  study  no.  25;  [prepared  by  George  C.  Roeming, 
Patent  Office].     1960.     v-j-18  p.     (Committee  print,  86th  Congress,  2d 
session.)    *  Paper,  15c.    •  Item  1042 
L.C.  card  61-60392  Y  4.  J  89/2 :  P  27/3/no.25 

1913  Expediting  Patent   Office  procedure,  legislative  history,   study  of  sub- 

committee on  patents,  trademarks,  and  copyrights,  86th  Congress,  2d 
session,  pursuant  to  S.  Res.  240,  study  no.  23;  [prepared  by  Margaret 
M.  Conway,  Legislative  Reference  Service].  1960.  vii-f  105  p.  (Com- 
mittee print,  86th  Congress,  2d  session.)     *  Paper,  30c.     O  item  1042 

Y  4.  J  89/2 :  P  27/3/no.23 

1914  Patent  and  technical  information  agreements,  study  of  subcommittee  on 

patents,  trademarks,  and  copyrights,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  pur- 
suant to  S.  Res.  240,  study  no.  24;  [prepared  by  Elias  C.  Rodriguez, 
International  Business  Practices  Division,  State  Dept.].  1960.  viii-f 
79  p.  ( Committee  print,  86th  Congress,  2d  session. )  *  Paper,  25c. 
•  Item  1042 
L.C.  card  61-60391  Y  4.J  89/2 :  P  27/3/no.24 

1915  Patent  system,  its  economic  and  social  basis,  study  of  subcommittee  on 

patents,  trademarks,  and  copyrights,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  pur- 
suant to  S.   Res.  240,  study  no.  26;    [prepared  by  Victor  Abramson, 
Treasury   Department].     1960.     viii-|-25   p.      (Committee  print,   86th 
Congress,  2d  session.)    *  Paper,  15c.    •  Item  1042 
L.C.  card  61-60393  Y  4.  J  89/2  :  P  27/3/no.26 

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1916  Soviet  terrorism  in  free  Germany,  hearing  before  subcommittee  to  In- 

vestigate administration  of  internal  security  act  and  other  internal 
security  laws,  86th  Congress,  2d  session,  Sept.  21,  1960.    1960.    i